|January 26, 2013||Posted by Photo GearHead under Free Stuff|
Free Photography Webinar Hosted by Steve Gosling:
Award winning photographer Steve Gosling, in association with The Manfrotto School of Xcellence, will be conducting a free on-line webinar entitled “Floral Art – Creative flower & plant photography.” The webinar is set to take place on January 31, 2013 at 4PM (GMT), and will run for one hour. Topics being covered will include the aesthetic elements of photography, such as composition and design, creative techniques, and how to produce beautiful floral images by concentrating on things such as shape, color, texture, patterns and form.
Steve Gosling is a professional, award winning photographer specializing in creative & contemporary landscape and nature photography. Many of his works have received international publication in a number of books, magazines and newspapers. Steve also frequently writes on the subject of photography for many of the UK’s top photography periodicals.
Spaces are limited for the free webinar, so you must register in order to reserve a spot. You can register by visiting the web page located here. Or, for more information on the event, you can visit the Manfrotto web page at: http://www.manfrotto.co.uk/steve-gosling-floral-art
Free Photography E-Book by Huba Rostonics:
In order to celebrate the publication of the electronic version of his eBook entitled “From Auto to Artist: Leveraging your DSLR’s power to learn photography”, Fort Lauderdale based commercial photographer Huba Rostonics will be offering the ebook for free during the first weekend in February. From February 2nd to the 3rd, anyone interested in downloading an entirely free copy may do so by visiting Http://AutotoArtist.com/free on either of those two dates.
Huba Rostonics’ book is currently for sale on Amazon at a price of $14.95 for the paperback version, or $7.99 for the Kindle version, so snagging yourself a free copy would seem to be a decent value. The book claims to offer “a modern approach on learning photography.”
Huba Rostonics currently runs the photography oriented website Phocaccia, where he offers photography seminars, workshops, an on-line, bi-weekly podcast (in Spanish), and more.