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on October 11, 2012
If you want to soar as a portrait photographer and create your own look you need to study the classics first. If you look at the current generation of great portrait shooters, Brian's name is near the top of the list. Study this book, understand the basics, then forget everything you have learned and create your own niche and style. You'll find that Brian's lessons will stick with you. Written in an easy readable style without pretense or ego it is a book that is well worth studying and keeping in your studio. I've shot portraits for thirty years and I am learning a few new tricks as I read the stories behind how he created his stellar images. By far, this is the best of the best of the "How to shoot portraits" instructional books.
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