Monday, October 8, 2012
Secrets Of Great Portrait PhotographyDPMag Published in Blog
Tremendously talented portrait photographer Brian Smith has a new book is out this week, and it should be on the top of pretty much every photographer's wish list. The book, Secrets of Great Portrait Photography, breaks down decades of insights and advice from Smith--a true master portraitist--into reliable, relatable and increadibly invaluable information for photographers striving to make better pictures of people. Including behind-the-scenes stories of the making of many of his most iconic portraits, it's really a great book that works on two levels: not only is it a beautiful coffee table book of photography, it serves as an instruction manual for up-and-coming portrait photographers. It might just be a must-read.
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