qMacro and close-up photography isn't all about the equipment. In fact, most DLSR users that love to shoot close-up do not even have a Macro lens. This type of photography does, however, involve a unique set of challenges and skills. The composition and lighting are key elements of shooting something close-up. Done right, a photographer can make the most extraordinary photo out of something common without being too complex. This author shows you how to achieve stunning and creative results without overloading the reader with too much technical infoq--To publish a book on photography, go to a bookstore and write down the names of publishers from the various photo books on display and what they specialize in or favor. ... Either you cana#39;t afford to get an agent or no publishers seem to be interested in your work. ... You can also try selling your book on your own website .
|Title||:||Focus on Close-up and Macro Photography|
|Publisher||:||Taylor & Francis - 2012-09-28|