Taking Your Portraiture To The Next Level

If you’re looking for inspiration, direction, and encouragement to create more unique portraiture, this is the guide for you.


Start Doing Your Best Work Now!

Portraiture Photography eBook

Start doing your BEST WORK NOW! Learn how to create beautiful, artistic portraiture in new ways. Never get stuck for creative ideas again. This is an important book for every photographer to read. Covered Topics include:

What you need to know about lighting

The state of contemporary portraiture

Why being unique is so important

Learning to think like an artist

Rise above your competition

Examples to follow to extend your portraiture


Learn to Create Amazing Portraits

Portrait Photography eBook Samples

In Taking Your Portraiture to the Next Level you will learn:

How to create Amazing Portraits by breaking the rules: Gain the confidence to Free Yourself from the conventional.

You can do it all with your Current Camera or any gear: The examples and techniques don’t require special equipment.

How to transition into a Portrait Artist: Finding Your Own Unique Style of portrait photography.


Real-World Examples!

Portrait Photography eBook


What Kind of Format is this eBook in?

Taking Your Portraiture to the Next Level is a downloadable PDF file, which can be viewed on a number of devices – laptop and desktop computers, iPhone or Android devices, iPads, and other tablets.

For iPad specific users, you can download this ebook (or any pdf document) directly to iBooks, which will allow you to access it at any time. Click here for a very handy guide that shows you exactly how to put this book into your iBooks app.

This eBook can be found here: Taking Your Portraiture to the Next Level

eBook PriceTaking Your Portraiture To The Next Level by Ed Verosky

$9.95Normal Price: $14.95

Attila Kun

Attila Kun

Attila is the founder and editor-in-chief of Exposure Guide. He is an avid photographer, graphic designer, bedroom DJ and devoted Mac addict. Attila got his first DSLR camera, a Canon 10D, back in 2003 and he has been hooked on photography ever since.