Rebecca's latest book is packed with tips for any photo taking enthusiast who wants to hone her craft. It's a good book, and I'm not just saying that because I designed it for her. She knows her stuff.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Rebecca believes strongly in encouraging women to take more photos of everyday moments—it's her absolute favorite part of photography! She started working on this eBook more than a year ago. She spent months carefully assembling her best tips and tricks, gathering 127 real-life photos, and writing hundreds of useful photography tips. Her goal is to inspire women everywhere to pick up their cameras more often and to be happier with the photos they take.
"Photographing real life isn’t always easy. In fact, it’s a lot harder than taking family portraits in a well-lit studio or outdoors at the perfect time of day. Real life passes quickly. It doesn’t wait for you to pull out your camera. It doesn’t wait for ideal lighting conditions. And it doesn’t wait for your house to be spotless. But I promise that capturing everyday moments is worth the extra effort. Capturing life as it happens helps me see things differently. Boring becomes beautiful. Ordinary becomes extraordinary. Life can get so busy and crowded with distractions that it’s easy to forget what matters most. Pausing to take photos along the way helps me slow down and just enjoy my life exactly as it is."—from Real.Life.Photography.: How to find magic in everyday moments by Rebecca Cooper
A professional photographer and mother of four children, I make my home in Alberta, Canada. I'm the author of two previous photography eBooks, 40 Top Tips for Better Photos and Don't Say Cheese!, both published through Ella Publishing Co., as well as a scrapbooking inspiration book, Real.Life.Scrapbooking., published in 2008.
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