Whether you are a hobbyist who merely strives to make amazing photos for pure pleasure, an aspiring pro trying to break into the industry, or if you’ve been working at it for a few years and are struggling to move past that initial hump, you know full well that you’ve signed on for the long haul. We’re talking the rest of your life if you stick with it. That’s pretty exciting when you think about that concept because it means you can always look forward to learning something new every time you pick up the camera.
However, in order to stay focused and keep our passion high, we sometimes need a few tips and intellectual tidbits that can help guide us along and save us some time and trouble. Usually, we look for those tips from people who’ve been there before; people who have been through the trials and have found success.
ZEN PHOTOGRAPHER: Turning Your Passion Into Focus by Dan Bailey is an 81-page eBook containing a collection of essays and photographs designed to ignite your imagination, inspire creativity and generally fill your brain with rock solid tips, insight and advice – advice that can save you time and prevent you from making many common mistakes as you travel along on your own photography path.
Consider ZEN PHOTOGRAPHER a well-rounded education from someone who dove in head first many years ago, fought his way to the surface and is still swimming in an ocean of very big waves.
There’s something for everyone in this book, regardless of style, ability, gear or pro/amateur status, because it’s not about hardcore technical information that’s specifically targeted to one level or another. It’s about ideas, concepts, approach, methods and general attitudes towards photography and the craft of image making, whether for fun or profit.