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January 30th, 2013

Free Nature Photography eBook

Posted By Ian Plant

(© Ian Plant) Hi everyone, I have just released a new nature photography eBook which I am making available to my readers for free. As many of you already know, my mission, plain and simple, is to educate, inspire, and entertain others in the art of nature photography. To that end, I strive to make learning about nature photography practical, informative, fun, and packed with plenty of delicious eye candy. My latest eBook, 20 Indispensable Photo Tips, is a basic introduction to many important concepts, and hopefully it will leave you wanting to learn more. Just click on the image below to register to receive your free download of this helpful eBook.

Many of the ideas and photographs introduced in this eBook are covered in greater depth in my other books and video tutorials; if you like what you see in the book but wish to delve a bit deeper, I encourage you to visit my eStore. In the meantime, please enjoy this complimentary eBook free of charge. You’ll be taking better nature photos in no time!

20 Indispensable Photo Tips

 

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  1. Tom Says:

    I would like to Thank You for publishing this e-book. You certainly accomplished your mission with this one. I feel more educated and inspired by your simple explainations and spectacularly entertaing images. Well done!
    Thanks again,
    Tom
    Largo Fla.

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  4. Akin Says:

    Visual Flow: Mastering the Art of Composition
    Is it possible to see the table of contents?
    Thanks.

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