Have you wanted to learn how to take better photos but you don’t have hours to read all those articles online?
When it comes to taking photos of your most precious moments or people in your life do you struggle that the photos are grainy, blurry, lopsided or body parts are cut off after you get home and check them out on your computer screen? Perhaps there isn’t a good focus or there’s just something amiss and you’ve never been able to figure out how to fix it. You have a new phone or camera, so you know technology is not the issue.
Would you like it if you could read some tips with examples and feel empowered to take better photos in less than 30 minutes?
I want to share with you 20 of my best secrets in 23 pages. These are tips that I have learned over the last 30 years of taking photos. Things that I wish I would have known early on. If you want to know what kinds of things are in the guide I wrote a down and dirty version without photo examples on my blog.
If you find anything in the blog post helpful then this book will definitely be a good purchase. If you want to take your phone or camera photos to the next level consider purchasing the guide. It offers tips for beginners to intermediate photographers.
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I get asked all the time what makes my photos so different and good. Now you’ll know too!
“20 tips to better photos by Melissa D. Jones is a practical book for the person who wants to give their photos a more professional edge and doesn’t necessarily know the theory around composition. Melissa sets out her twenty tips with examples of good and better images to guide you to improve your own photographs. She provides you with the benefit of her professional designer eye to understand the more subtle elements that distinguish good from great photography. Everyone will learn something from this book.’’— Nicole Ives St Ives Media, Melbourne, Australia
I am not only the photographer, but I have designed the ebook. If this ebook inspires you to write a book let me know if I can help you design it. One of the inspirations for this book came from Jeff Goins and every other awesome entrepreneur who tells you to teach what you know, to share your wisdom with the world.
“As someone who has read a lot of photography reference material, I found the photography advice in this guide to be unique and helpful. It wasn’t the normal, canned photography tips that you usually see. I feel like I actually learned something!” — Sarah Corbine; Madison, WI, USA
All images are copyright Melissa D. Jones. There’s even a page on this in the book.