Digital Photography Masterclass – get your photos inside the book

Digital Photography MasterclassDigital Photography Masterclass by Tom Ang is a book for which you will be encouraged to tackle a number of assignments. Your photos could be selected to illustrate the sections called ‘Critiques’. Your task is easy: read the briefs for the assignments, then take photographs or search your collection for suitable images and post them to the Flickr group Tom Ang’s Digital Photography Masterclass with tags (the assignment number) and commentary (where, when and why you took the picture, camera and lenses, special effects, and so on). Here’s the link where to post. This sounds like a good temptation for me because there’s much to learn from it so I will participate into this one. There is a wide for the number of images you can send: 2-5 shots per category. Here’s a list with the categories:
1. Camera settings – City lights and details
2. Still life – Expose with feeling
3. Landscape – exploring dynamic range
4. Stock photos – Urban nature
5. Colour: Order from disorder
6. Composition – Landmarking the famous
7. Pet portrait – Capturing the moment
8. Architecture – Explore the light
9. People – Flash lighting
10. Perfecting the image
11. Creative image manipulation
12. Advanced manipulation
13. Travel photography – A revealing angle
14. Portraiture – Capturing character
15. Documentary – A day in the life…
16. Landscape – Spirit of place
17. Sport – Essence of the action
18. Nature – Conservation message
19. Wildlife – Inspiring vision
20. Wedding – The lightness of emotion
21. Abstract with lighting effect
For details about each of above see
Successful photographers will have their images featured in the book, together with their words and a full credit, and each photographer will receive a signed copy of the book when published. Photographers retain copyright and can use the image freely for any other purpose.

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By Laura

I started photography as a hobby in 2005, during college. My passion slowly became a more important part of my life since 2008. Because of using a combination of my photographic knowledge, with those of internet marketing, I like to call myself a "photomarketer".

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