Lessons in Great Photography Ebook Volume 1

– 10 interviews with National Geographic photographers who have shot 200 stories for the magazine

– Includes interviews with Paul Nicklen, Jodi Cobb, Joel Sartore, William Albert Allard, Randy Olson, Vince Musi, Tommy Heinrich, Steve Winter, Carsten Peter and Kitra Cahana

– There are 40 amazing images in this 140 page PDF photo ebook and every photographer shares their advice on improving your photography, shooting great photo stories–and how they came to shoot for the magazine

The best equipment does not make for the best photos – learning to see does. For $3, you can make your photography measurably better with this photo book. In this Volume 1, you will find out what National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen thinks is most important for great shots, how Bill Allard gets such perfect light and compositions and what Vince Musi says what not to do for better photos.

Randy Olson discusses how to get great photos by getting people to do something strange, Kitra Cahana explains how she gets such intimate shots and what is was like for her first story as a National Geographic photographer at age 23. Carsten Peter shares all of the dangers and diseases he overcame for his extreme nature photos. Jodi Cobb talks about how she has gotten access to amazing, secret worlds, and you can find out everything that is in Joel Sartore’s camera bag.