Photography happens in all sorts of spaces but that doesn’t mean that you can’t get studio quality shots in those spaces and that’s the philosophy behind Nick Fancher’s Studio Anywhere.
You can’t always have perfect control over the world around you but you can always make the best use of available light and create brilliant photographs too.
Why We Love Studio Anywhere
This is a highly practical guide from Nick who is a master photographer and best of all it is designed to help any photographer get better shots without spending a fortune on equipment.
So, no matter what your budget, you’re going to learn something from Nick and, in particular, how you can cover for your equipment by using post-production techniques in Photoshop and Lightroom.
If you want to become a pro then this is an excellent resource to help you build the kind of portfolio that could even wow the bosses at Magnum.
Final Thoughts On Studio Anywhere
Everyone can learn to be a good photographer but you need a little help along the way and Studio Anywhere is the perfect teaching companion.
Need other ideas to improve your photography? Why not read Bystander, Personal Best or American Photography too?
You can grab a copy online here.