Audiobook description: What is toy photograph and why you should start photographing something other than yourself or the food you eat Who were the first toy photographers and how far the field has progressed since then How to pick a suitable toy to photograph and the pros and cons of different toys What do those fancy photography terms mean and how they can be used to improve your photography How does color affect the mood of the photograph and how you can use it to your advantage What is the difference between photographing indoors and outdoors and how to overcome the difficulties of both How can you make your toy fly without wings or have a bonfire without actual fire What is the importance of posing your toy and why you should do it How toys have ´´feelings´´ and how you can use them to emphasize the feeling of your photograph What to do after taking the photo to tune the image and if it is really necessary What are the benefits of sharing your photographs and various options on who to share them with How simple tricks can make a huge difference in toy photography and why they are useful Born in 1981, Pinar Alsaç spent a significant part of her life playing with toys. She has always been fond of photography, and she started taking pictures as soon as she got her hands on her father´s camera (around the age of 15). After learning of the existence of social media, she decided to combine two of her hobbies and became a toy photographer. She is constantly learning new things about both subjects, and her weapons of choice are her iPhone and her Lego minifigures. She currently lives in Antalya, Turkey, with her father and their three cats. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alexia Hodgson Cross. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/112151/bk_acx0_112151_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Do you like photography? Do you like Legos? Why not combine the two and learn about toy photography? In this second book about toy photography by Pinar Alsac (who is the world´s first author on this topic), the main subject of our photographs is the world famous toy Lego. If you have listened to the first book Toy Photography 101 and looking for more, or if you want to take your toy photography skills to the next level, then this book is for you! Contents include a closer look to camera modes, shutter speed, aperture, ISO, and exposure compensation, as well as a little history about how Lego came to life. There are even a few ideas to get you started. And last, but definitely not least, are the interviews with Lego photographers from Europe, the USA, Australia, and the Far East, letting you get a closer look at how they started their photography adventure! Not satisfied? Well, maybe this book is not for you. No no, I´m kidding, it is! Listen to Toy Photography 2.0 today to learn how to take Lego toy photography to the next level! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alexia Hodgson Cross. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/110396/bk_acx0_110396_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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