- File Size: 3827 KB
- Print Length: 91 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: On Target Publishing; 2 edition (April 8, 2012)
- Publication Date: April 8, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007SOKUGU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #624,853 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
How To Pose... Legs (On Target Photo Training Book 16) Kindle Edition
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He makes the ebooks available at very significant discount on a rotating basis. Subscribing to his email newsletter brings you photography tips, and a heads up when a discounted book becomes available. I find this method has good points and bad points.
Good points: Very affordable, can acquire just the subjects of interest, not an overwhelming amount of information at one time.
Bad points: Every book has 30 to 35% taken up with an off subject 15% lead in, and 20% lead out. After 20 books the novelty of this has worn off.
The series of 20+ books (minus the boiler plate and perhaps edited a little) would make good chapters in a single very respectable textbook on photography. Certainly worth your time to read. If in a hurry to learn about a specific subject and can't wait for the rotation, it's likely worth your money too.
touch models to get them to move to the desired pose but explain to her what you want and illustrate with
your own body. This keeps you from being accused of groping the model or inappropriate touching.
I learned some new and attractive ways to pose subjects particularly women.
The reviewer is an active hobby photographer and the author of the Kindle book entitled:
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The information is rich and extensive but lacks of illustrations to clarify the description in the text. I like the sillouhettes as example but more pictures of actual people would be better. Also if there could be either diagrams or pictures showing from above (bird's view) the concept of the clock orientation angles of the feet would be easier to understand. If the illustrations would've be in the book I surely would've rated it with 5 stars.
As far as examples, there are only a few. I would like to have seen more, maybe even someone's picture superimposed against a clock.
This did not take long to read.
I am not sure how often I would use this but will have it for reference should the opportunity arise.
There are some typos which it would be nice to see corrected but I was able to get past them.
I again have to say that Dan did more than deliver the information on the subject matter he also gives a clear and easy to understand instruction on how to accomplish it.
Thanks again Dan.
This is a quick and easy read loaded with tons of great knowledge.