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The photo industry looks a whole lot different today than when I first started out fifteen years ago. The emergence of microstock and digital photography, combined with the shift in the global economy and the internet revolution have turned things upside down and drastically changed the business model of photography.
This in-depth eBook is for anyone who is considering a full or part time career in photography. Illustrated with stunning imagery and packed with industry resources, links and valuable information that I’ve gained during my experience working as a full time pro for a decade and a half, it will tell you what you need to know in order to get started making money as a photographer.
As photographers, the process of capturing light and moment drives us with powerful creativity and personal fulfillment. However, in the end, it’s the strength of your images that matters if you want them to have an impact on your audience.
Making The Image is a 50 page eBook that will guide you towards making more powerful photographs. By exploring how the human visual system responds to the world, it breaks down imagery into individual concepts, such as light, color, balance and viewpoint.
This book contains ideas that I’ve been thinking about and utilizing in my imagery for over a decade, and I’m really excited to finally have them all down in one place. I consider it the defining guide on my own photographic style, as it accurately represents how I see and compose my imagery.
Making the Image. Get it today. Your photography deserves the inspiration.
Two realities that outdoor photographers often face are that the best light is often the most challenging light to work with, and that the most compelling subjects are not always lit by the best light. Having some control over the light can make all the difference.
Going Fast With Light is an 83-page manual that will show you how to use off-camera flash lighting techniques in your active outdoor photography styles. It’s helped many outdoor photographers get a better handle on how to create much more powerful and dynamic images by using the right gear, and adding the right amount of light in the right place.
Whether you shoot action, adventure, sports, travel, portraits or kids playing in the backyard, this book will change your photography. With nearly 100 images and over 20,000 words of text, this practical manual contains a tremendous amount of information and ideas that is sure to inspire your creativity and advance your skills and confidence with off-camera flash.
Going Fast With Light, Because good light doesn’t have to slow you down.
“I read a lot of books-analog and digital. Dan’s e-book is a 27 page treasure of pertinent information for the aspiring and emerging photographer, weritten in a practical, experiential, no-nonsense style. I highly recommend this e-book. It will put you on the way to not only asking the right questions, but taking the steps necessary to join the ranks of working pros worldwide. Get busy. Start reading.” – Jack Hollingsworth on How to Become a Pro Photographer
“At 50 Pages, the book carries a substantial number of useful pointers for photographers of all skill levels. I would recommend this book to any photographer who [wants] to revisit all the important concepts behind composition and even some of the psychology behind image making.” – Dan Moughamian on Making The Image
“A great resource for exploring the strobist life. I can see it being a great help to those who are new to using off-camera flash. Wish I had [a book] like this when I was just starting out!” – Tim Snow on Master Flash
I’m Dan Bailey, a professional outdoor, adventure and travel photographer based in Anchorage, Alaska. My work has been published by clients worldwide, including Fuji Film, Nikon, Fidelity Investments, General Dynamics, British Petroleum, Outside Magazine, Coleman, Discovery Channel Publications, National Geographic Adventure, The New York Times, and Patagonia. I have also written articles for Digital Photo Pro and Outdoor Photographer, I teach online photography courses at The Compelling Image, and I’m a featured contributor on The Photoletariat.
My own passion for adventure usually places me right alongside my subjects, which allows me to share in their experiences firsthand as I shoot. In that way my photography has become a vehicle for a life of exploration and documenting expeditions, cultures and landscapes around the world.