It seems there's more in the air than Autumn. (Fall, if you prefer.) What is that you might ask?
Discounts! That's what.
Ashley Karyl is offering his terrific ebook, "How to Photograph Nudes Like a Professional," at 25% off when purchasers use discount code PGSNUDES at checkout. (This comes right on the heels of my discount offer for "Guerrilla Glamour," detailed in my most recent update.)
Karyl's book ( 23 chapters and over 325 pages) is a thorough and comprehensive text covering most everything and anything you ever wanted to know about nude photography. Okay. I'm sure some of you could come up with questions not covered in Ashley's book. Even so, it's a terrific ebook on the subject, well-researched and filled with tons of great info and proven techniques and approaches for successfully photographing models in the nude, whether it's glamour, beauty, or fine art nude.
A veteran, professional, U.K. photographer, Karyl calls on his many years in the jungles of pro pretty-girl-shooting to provide plenty of insight and "how-to" info. If you're serious at all about photographing nudes and you hope to do so in ways that produce professional-quality work, Ashley Karyl's "How to Photograph Nudes Like a Professional" is a book for you!
Act now and you can purchase and download this incredibly informative book at 25% off the regular price using the discount code PGSNUDES at checkout. (The discount will be automatically applied to the purchase price.)
BTW, my 30% discount for "Guerrilla Glamour" continues till Oct. 3. Many have already taken advantage of this sale. You can too! Purchase "Guerrilla Glamour" now, till Oct. 3, using discount code WP92610 at checkout and instantly receive 30% off the already low purchase price of $9.95.
And be on the lookout for my new ebook, "Guerrilla Headshots," coming soon. Very soon!
Sorry if I'm sounding like a commercial. Just making sure anyone interested in purchasing either of these ebooks doesn't miss out on the great savings currently offered.
The pretty girl at the top is Sunny. I got a little tricky in post with the image. Something I don't often do. Thought the Fall color in the background works nicely for an update that mentions Autumn in the title.