Haje has written half a dozen books and thousands of articles. He is the CEO of Triggertrap, has crashed fewer motorbikes than you'd think, is a huge fan of agile product development, once set his face on fire whilst juggling, and loves performance arts.
He freely admits that some of these things are more worth being proud of than others.
In the age of social networking, a self-portrait will be the most important photo you ever take. This book will show you how to create images of yourself that capture your personality and express your creativity or just make you look hot! Shooting Yourself isnt a technical book, but roams in search of inspiration for great self-portrait photos. Read more »
Family photographs are a staple of both amateur and professional photography. While always in demand, they also pose a unique set of challenges. In this book, Canon Explorer of Light Michele Celentano guides beginning- to intermediate-level photographers around the common pitfalls and helps them learn how to get top-quality shots every time.From getting families organized and directing the posing to managing large groups and impatient kids, this book reveals the secrets and helps you capture the shot without relying on post-production to achieve perfection. Read more »
Author Haje Jan Kamps knows that you are travelling for two good reasons: to experience great things, and to get great photos of your travels. He also understands very well how people’s eyes tend to glaze over when phrases like “Circles of Confusion” or the “Inverse Square Law” are brandished about, and focuses instead on great photographs, and how to take them. Read more »
One of the most popular cameras on the market is called the “Digital Rebel,” yet many photographers use it and its brethren to follow tired old rules .
This book shows you how to move beyond the dogma and shoot more creatively.
If you’re just starting out with a camera, or are starting to think about switching away from Auto mode, then this is the perfect book for you. Read more »
Master every detail of this exciting new touchscreen dSLR
Canon’s new introductory-level dSLR camera boasts some revolutionary features that will be new even to Canon veterans. This convenient guide effectively explains every button, menu, mode, and function of the Rebel T4i/650D, and it fits in your camera bag so you can easily refresh your memory during a shoot. Read more »
What’s the difference between optical zoom and digital zoom? Do more megapixels equate to better photo quality? Why is there a delay after I push the shutter release button before I can take another picture?
If you’ve ever asked a question concerning digital photography and wished you had a helpful resource to provide you with clear, reliable answers, then look no further. Read more »
When it comes to cameras, E.V.I.L. is good! E.V.I.L. stands for Electronic-Viewfinder, Interchangeable-Lens–and it’s the most innovative, hottest, and stylish type of camera to hit the photography market in the past five years.
Hip amateurs and professionals alike are snatching these cameras up, and this book is tailored specifically to today’s trend-setting users. Creative E.V.I.L. Photography highlights the unique advantages offered by these mirrorless cameras, including incredible image quality despite their small size, more discreet street shooting, and great HD video. Read more »
White balance is a topic that can cause rather spectacular headaches with even the most seasoned of photographers – but it doesn’t have to be that way.
With the Photocritic Gray Cards, you can get the perfect white balance in your photos – every single time. Read more »
Finally! A resource that sheds light on the unique challenges of night and low-light photography
With their unique sets of challenges, night and low-light photography are often touted as some of the most difficult and frustrating genres of digital photography. This much-needed guide demystifies any murky topics provides you with all the information you need to know from choosing the right gear and camera settings to how to best edit your photos in post-production. Renowned photographer Alan Hess shares techniques and indispensable tips that he has garnered from years of experience. Read more »
High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography offers a new range of creative possibilities to the photographer who is skilled in the technique. HDR requires specific camera skills as well as the use of specialized software, and the photographers who wrote this book are experts in both. Read more »