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Photography Becomes Easier with added 'X-Factor'

A new ebook from professional photographer, Gerald Soh, aims to help struggling photographers improve their skill and take great pictures

PRLog - Feb. 1, 2012 - For many photographers, taking stunning pictures is something that either never happens or is more a matter of luck than skill.

Modern cameras have so many features, but sometimes the sheer array of options can be overwhelming, and can distract the photographer from the most important part of the picture, the subject. Photographers can be distracted by not understanding their own camera properly or not understanding the fundamentals of how to frame and shoot pictures in different locations and circumstances, and they need help in order to improve their photography.

One such photographer, Gerald Soh, was aware of the limitations in his own photography, making rookie mistakes and taking pictures that didn’t rise above the mediocre until he did something about it. The result of Gerald’s learning is his new book, which sets out a number of tips and hints that many top photographers already know and use in their daily work, but many hobbyists are unaware of. Now those tips and hints are available to all photographers to help them to take stunning pictures every time.

The book, The Photography X-Factor, is available from http://www.photographyxfactor.com for the price of $14.95, including bonus materials that will increase any photographer’s knowledge of digital photography, how to make money from photography, the often tricky subject of lighting photographs correctly, and detailed knowledge an insight of Adobe’s industry-leading Photoshop program.

The wow, or ‘x factor’ of what makes a great photograph is now available for all photographers, along with four bonus books that will expand the photographer’s knowledge to after the shutter has been pressed and through to getting the best out of editing and processing pictures, and even selling them to make money. Utilising the tips in this book, it is possible for rookie photographers to go out and take great pictures, and perhaps even fulfil that ambition  of giving up the day job once and for all in order to become a professional photographer.

There are many subjects in the book that regularly baffle inexperienced photographers regularly that Gerald Soh explains in a simple and easy to understand manner, such as how to focus in low light, how best to use natural light in your pictures, camera equipment that you should always take with you, when is the right time and where are the best places to take pictures, shooting with backlight, mastering your camera’s settings, and many more hints and tips.

This book is suitable to photographers with any level of camera equipment, as the advice and help in its pages will help those with small compact cameras as much as those with large expensive SLR cameras.

Full product listing:

The Photography X-Factor
and the following free bonus products
Photoshop Secrets
Simple Solutions to Lighting Photography Problems
Get Paid to Take Digital Photos
Digital Photography Inside Out

The entire package of 5 books is available from http://www.photographyxfactor.com for the price of $14.95

Gerald Soh is so convinced that this book will change the photography of anyone who buys it that he offers a full-money back guarantee for any photographer that doesn’t see an improvement in the first two months, making this purchase truly excellent value for any budding photographer wanting to improve their hobby and skill.


Gerald Soh is a professional photographer from Taiwan, and is the founder of The Photography X-Factor, and is a professional photographer of many years experience, working a variety of different fields of photography

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