Trick Photography

If you’re looking for information about trick photography and camera special effects you’ve come to the RIGHT place. 

In the next few moments you’ll discover how you can create mind blowing images that will have people gasping “How did you do that?”

Water fist

WARNING: Most People Get this WRONG.

When I first decided that I wanted to take my photography skills to the next level, I thought I’d have to spend hundreds of dollars on extra equipment and computer software.

I mistakenly thought that the only way to create amazing special effects was to take a reasonable photo and then spend hours manipulating the image using expensive computer software.It was very annoying to think that, in addition to the cost of my DSLR camera, I’d have to spend a whole lot more.

I eventually found out that this was not true. Luckily I found what I needed to know, before I paid out hundreds of dollars on software.

There are 1,570,000,000 photography related pages on the interent and over 176 online photography courses, but well organised information that easily leads to learning new skills is difficult to find.

After a lot of frustration and hours of searching, I discovered high quality photography tuition that taught me how to use my entry level DSLR and everyday objects to create stunning images.

No Photoshop on Screen

Learn how 66% of photography tricks can be done without software.

The easiest and fastest way to learn how to use special effects to create fascinating images is to watch how an expert does it.

Here at TrickPhotographyVideos.com, we review a number of multimedia courses that have been produced specifically to explain the camera techniques used to create special images.

1. Trick Photography and Special Effects

2. Fro Knows Photo

3. Digital Photography Success

 

Expert Tips

Expert Tip 1: Use Everday Lights to Create Effects

There are many types of light that can be used to create different effects. These include sparklers:

Sparkler Light Photo

·     Other types of light, some that you probably already have are – Flashlights, Glow sticks, Fire torches, LED lights, Cell phones and Maglights.They can all be used to create different effects.

 Expert Tip 2: You Don’t Need to Spend a Fortune on Equipment

Steel Wool Trick

Using $14.50 worth of household items you can create images like this:

Steel Wool Photo Trick

Next Step: How to Find Out More

Hopefully you’ve found the information above useful. The tips are great – it’s good to know that that you can start with objects that you already have or that can be bought for a few dollars.

But the only thing that will get you creating those mind blowing images is taking action.

What I suggest you do is to check out the photography book and video series “Trick Photography and Special Effects” produced by Evan Sharboneau.

This bestselling* course has over 300 e-book pages and 9 hours of well structured video content focusing solely on universal creative photography using any DSLR camera and, should you later wish to use it, Photoshop techniques.

You’ll find out exactly how much these courses cost (they’re not expensive so don’t worry), what’s included and much more.

How to Get Started with Photography Special Effects

The easiest and fastest way to learn trick photography and special effects is to watch a professional photographer at work and follow the techniques used. Then you can add your own creativity to produce images unique to you.

Get Started Here:

#1 Rated Option: Trick Photography and Special Effects

#2 Rated Option: Fro Knows Photo

# 3 Rated Option: Digital Photography Success

Thanks for visiting!

Photographer
Paul

 

Founder of TrickPhotographyVideos.com

 *Trick Photography and Special Effects was the #1 selling photography course in the Clickbank Marketplace in 2012. It is widely recognised as being the best camera techniques and effects tuition available.

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