Ever wondered how the Pro's get the right shot more often than not?
Other than practice and more practice to hone your skills it can help if you have guides and insights at your fingertips when you need it.
This range of photography tips - pocket guides are divided into a series for you to use on any type of shoot.
They are designed to be easy to use and written in nontechnical style so you don't need to reach for the dictionary to use them.
Photography Tips - Pocket Guides Series
The new series of A7 photography pocket guides are designed to easily sit inside your camera bag.
The quick reference z-cards unfold to reveal Alan's top tips, insights and reminders covering all the things it's easy to forget and not understand when out with the camera.
Having the pocket guides with you is like taking Alan with you to shoot and get those reminders and tuition on the spot when you need it most.
Available as weatherproof laminated z-cards housed in a plastic wallet or download the guides to your mobile device as an APP. (APP coming soon)
Pocket Guide Information
The A7 Pocket Guides are (w) 10.5cm x (h) 7cm
They are laminated and produced on high quality card so remain water resistant
Each guide comes with a plastic card sleeve for storing and protection
The pocket guide is in a z-card format so is easy to use and open when you are on a shoot
Click on each guide for more information
£5.95 Each plus P&P
£4.95 for pre-launch editions
Do you make these common mistakes on your camera? Find out how to avoid them with these tips.
This pocket guide will teach you the ten essentials to making amazing landscape photographs
Adopt this workflow to taking photographs and you will improve your shots every time.
Learn how to improve your colour shots as much as your B&W. Discover the essentials of light & tone.
Not sure of what aperture or shutter speed to use? This will explain all with the help of charts & tables
Struggle to make the photo you see? This will guide through the secrets of good composition
Tired of seeing straight portrait shots. This will show you how to make compelling portraits.