Cellphone Photography Mastermind – Simple techniques for taking incredible pictures with iPhone and Android: Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Great Photography

Chatting during a long beach walk, we realized that we have accumulated all of this knowledge and we wanted to share it so in 2012 we started taking Educational Photo-Tours through our company Photo School VIP. We have taught over 8000 students with an 80% repeat rate. We have turned the entire video course into this book so more people can afford to learn from us. We teach through the back roads of South Africa, on safari in Botswana, while exploring the hidden gems of Italy, through the footh... [Read More...]

Free: Mount Rainier National Park Photo Hiking

Join Debbie & Anthony on their Photo Hiking trek through Mount Rainier National Park. This less than 30-minute short read is a chronological photographic recap of their trek across this beautiful National Park as a mid-50’s couple. They provide tips, tricks, and lessons learned from their 44+ National Parks visited during their middle-aged years with the hope it will make your National Park experience more enjoyable. Free on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Free: Horizontal Collaboration

From 1940 to 1944, Paris, the grand old city, symbol of beauty, love, and liberty, struggled to maintain her true identity while under the thumb of the Nazis. During these trying times, Miriam Mazur, an up-and-coming Jewish fashion designer, and Mary Kelly, an Irish expatriate prostitute, continued to chase their dreams. Watch as they find friendship and love, suffer loss and heartache, and through it all refused to be bowed. Free on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Free: The Photography of Paul M. Rich – BRUSH WITH FAME: Featuring Icons of the ’70s, ’80s & Other Eclectic Images

Just some of the iconic figures photographed in this book – Patti Labelle, BB King, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Angela Davis, Shirley Chisholm, Sugar Ray Leonard, George Carlin and other contemporary luminaries. The photographs were taken over a period of a decade, from 1975 to 1985. Free on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Poetically Seasoned

“In this special series Debbie manages to create and capture a spirit of the possible. A world where her words open your own imagination through hers. This sense of freedom she evokes is so very poignant right now, given the global pandemic and lack of movement. She speaks with a unique creative writing that comes from not necessarily her experience on this earth, but perhaps from somewhere else. She is in a sense discovering herself through these beautiful poems.” Mark Dickens, Artist. $0... [Read More...]

Pedro

‘Pedro’ is Barcelona artist Pere Ibañez’s sixth photo series and most personal body of work to date. The work is tribute to his late father. In it he uses a mixture of techniques to incorporate old restored family photos onto new compositions. This is an eclectic collection of personal moments that explore and elevate universal elements such as the passage of time, family values, and love. $5.95 on Kindle ... [Read More...]

Free: Pain is a Language: The Human Body User Guide

YOUR HUMAN BODY MAINTENANCE GUIDE Two 20-year-old cars. Same year, model, brand, options; built the same day, in the same factory. Car A is in mint condition. Car B is going to the wrecking yard. What made the difference in the destiny of these two cars? Which one got regular maintenance, diligent driving, and got its little noises fixed before they turned into trouble? Do you do dental care? What for? To prevent your teeth from deterio rating, right? Consequence: your stomach is doing better, ... [Read More...]

Free: Money, Come Dance With Me

Money, Come Dance with Me, is a call to live in the joy and delight of dancing with Money as a loving guide and friend. Author, Gale West, invites the reader to consider that money’s pure potential is a dynamic, living, force field of love, connecting of peoples, cultures and marketplaces. Unfortunately, few can experience money in this way, because it’s been imprisoned in an old paradigm of domination and greed. As result, money has been wounded as much as money has wounded us. How can we ... [Read More...]