Kim “Captain Kimo” Seng has just released a new ebook, Secrets to Mastering HDR Photography.
The Overview: Targeted for both novice and experienced HDR photographers alike, the book has 215 pages of tips, hints, techniques, and beautiful images for only $19.95, an incredible deal. (It gets even better, as you can save $5.00 by entering the coupon code “robhanson” at checkout.) The package also includes 6 Photoshop actions, 30 Photomatix Presets, and 3 Exposures so that you can follow along in the lessons. If you’ve ever wanted to know how Kim accomplishes his HDR work, he tells all in this new book, and if you know Kim, he likes to over-deliver, so you certainly won’t be disappointed.
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My take on the book:
I first encountered Kim “Captain Kimo” Seng by the recommendation of a mutual friend who said that Kim was freely sharing tips and techniques on his website. Sure enough, on one of my first forays to Kim’s site, I picked up several valuable techniques that I still use regularly.
Since then, I’ve been a steady admirer of Kim’s outstanding HDR work and a frequent visitor to his site. I never walk away empty-handed, as Kim keeps putting his work, his ideas, and his personality ‘out there’ for all to see.
Today’s HDR marketplace is packed full of websites, blogs, and tutorials, and amongst these there are a few people who have risen to luminary status within the community. To get to that level, one has to have solid and consistent output, a steady visible presence, and be willing to share information freely with the rest of us. Kim has all three of those qualities.
This ebook from Kim is packed with goodies and information that will be useful to novices and more experienced HDR photographers alike. (I was taking notes while reading it.) Unlike some offerings in the marketplace, this ebook ‘over-delivers’ information relative to its affordable price, and that’s the Captain Kimo I’ve come to know. The tutorials are clear and concise, and the photographs are beautiful. In the book, Kim says that he’s always adapting and innovating, seeking to improve his photography. It’s hard to imagine, but if he does, I’m sure he’ll let us know how it’s done, and that’s a beautiful thing in its own right.
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