People Pictures

$57FREE

Learn how to capture more natural portraits and renew your passion for capturing the people in your world.

This eBook is for you if…

You feel your portraits could be more artistic.

You don’t feel inspired when shooting portraits.

You’ve run out of ideas for interesting shoots.

Imaging you could…

Create commanding portraits of anyone. Unleash inspiration whenever you are holding a camera. Experiment freely wherever you are shooting.

Follow along and do the exercises to:

Learn how to capture more natural portraits. Discover how to connect with subjects. Experiment with new ideas that will broaden your portfolio.

What you’ll Learn

I want to teach you about the connection and depth that’s possible within one frame.

This is not a traditional portrait photography book it is a step-by-step guide on how to reinvigorate your portraiture all while reconnecting with the camera and enjoying yourself.

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Format

eBook

Level

Beginner

Reviews

Catch a moment of fullness and expectation

So there's all kinds of reviews here that express disappointment that a book titled "30 Exercises" is chock full of "exercises". Crazy. Don't be fooled by these passive-aggressive reviews. This book is a gem. As for my experience with the book it is *exactly* what I wanted. The chapters are short, concise and pointed. And you can accomplish them, in any order, if you simply try. There's no need to buy new lighting, no need for a new lens, no need to study rules of composition, no need to rent a studio, .... Just Go and Do It. Take some photos. Think about the essence of people. Look into their eyes - there's depth in there. Wait for it, Click. Chat it up. Wait a second, Click. How wonderful...
J. Nipar

philosphy and inspiration with practical exercises in protrait photography

"People Pictures" by Chris Orwig is an amazing book. The premise is a set of 30 exercises in portrait photography. What we get is much, much more. There are 30 chapters, each with several exercises, and an Introduction, that together will broaden the way a photographer sees, change the way the photographer interacts with his/her subject, change the mindset of the photographer as he/she approaches taking a portrait...
gt surber

inspiring

Very inspiring and deep-thinking book by Orwig. I have his other book and must say that one is better than this one, but that doesn't mean this book is bad. He quotes from many famous photographers and artists that provide fresh perspectives into photography. There are some places that are a bit too philosophical, but generally anyone beyond the amateur level will find this book enlightening. By all means, do NOT buy this book if you're looking for shutter speeds and aperture settings! This is for people who already know how to take technical pictures but need a kick in the butt to get through photographer's block.
J. Lee

Loving this book

So far I have only been through 2 chapters but I love it. I purchased this book to get better at photographing people. For years I have only spent time on landscapes and have always wanted to get into Portraits. This book is helping me understand the fundamental differences between the two types of photography, it is also helping me become a better photographer....
B Harvey

People Pictures

$57FREE

Learn how to capture more natural portraits and renew your passion for capturing the people in your world.

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