The Wow Factor – English

13.50

Why you like some images and other images not, is only partly personal. A large part of what you like comes from the way we perceive as human beings and how our brains process this. That part can be controlled by you as a photographer, as an artist. In this book Adrian introduces you to variables that will give you new tools to further develop yourself as a photographer. Instead of trying, you will control what looks good. A must have for every photographer.

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Description

Why you like some images and other images not, is only partly personal. A large part of what you like comes from the way we perceive as human beings and how our brains process this. That part can be controlled by you as a photographer, as an artist. In this book Adrian introduces you to variables that will give you new tools to further develop yourself as a photographer. Instead of trying, you will control what looks good. A must have for every photographer.

What You will learn

  1. How we perceive and how you use this to your advantage in your images
  2. How you control how people see your images
  3. How you can improve your photography even further
  4. How to present your images more effectively
  5. A new way of perceiving

Reviews

“This book will show you what you always saw but didn’t notice. And let that be exactly what makes a picture attractive. The psychology behind looking at a picture. Very accessible written and with the many examples and pictures you learn to see what you did not see. Indispensable for anyone who wants to take cool photos, whether it’s with a smartphone or an expensive SLR”.

Wiard Gorter
Director Yaworks

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“I’ve always been a lover of photography and art, and have prided myself on being able to say when an image is/feels good or bad. But it turns out it’s not just as straightforward as spotting a nice sunset, a pleasing composition or even a pretty face! Adrian Sommeling’s insightful book has infact opened my eyes to working out elements and patterns that create a pleasing image, and also the information to help make my own future images better.
A must read/see!”

Richard Wakefield
Professional Photographer

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“This is information they should give to students in graphic schools. I will continue reading quickly, this will be my ‘bible’ for some time to come until I consistently put it through everywhere. I love it!”

Jean Kuit
Director Kèk Media

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“Beautifully written! Reinforced with clear images. Highly recommended, also for the experienced photographer! Just as Adrian can enthuse you in his conversations, so he enthuses here in written language”.

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