Below the Horizon – Discover How to Take Beautiful Images When the Sun Goes Down

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201002271040.jpgDavid DuChemin and his team have done it again with a brand new E-Book – Below the Horizon.

This one is written by photographer Dave Delnea but it’s in David DuChemin’s usual brilliant style – and as usual, David’s only charging $5 for it!

The full title of this E-book is Below The Horizon, Understanding Light at the Edges of Day and it’s all about photography at those times of day when the light is low but where there are wonderful possibilities for moody and powerful images.

Here’s the first paragraph that sums up what it is about:

“This book is about the magical world that opens up to the photographer once the sun drops below the horizon. It’s about those edge-of-day times between sunlight and darkness, when the light is changing quick, the exposures become longer and a world is revealed to the camera that moves beyond what we can see with our eyes. We no longer have to battle the direct light of the sun, so the landscape, though dim, is soft and evenly lit. The sky carries the last hint of sunset color along the horizon while above that it shifts to the cool blue hues of twilight. There are photographs possible here that can’t be created at any other time of day.”

For $5 you can’t go wrong! Grab your copy of Below the Horizon today.

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Darren Rowse

is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals.

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  • Chris

    I just bought four of them! I have been wanting his first four for a while and with this discount I can’t not get them 🙂

  • Tempted to buy because of the discount….

    Need a real tripod though and a working cable release (cheapo one broke) before I could make use of this book’s contents.

  • Sounds good but I don’t like ebooks… 🙁

  • Chris

    @Jon
    They’re short, you can print them out and put them in a notebook.

  • I have all of this books and they are great! It’s just fun to read them….

  • Scott Smith

    I bought five books, and used the discount code for the four. Total cost was USD$20.

    The books are awesome, great resource and very encouraging.

  • Doug Holmes

    I took this on my honeymoon in Tunsia – it’s not late afternoon, but REALLY early morning (similar thing, really)

  • Doug Holmes

    Sorry… I’m new round here, not got the hang of adding pics…

  • Jim

    I rather have a hard/soft cover book in my hand, e-books are nice maybe but I can’t take it with me to the reading room, ya know what I mean.

  • I used the coupon code and bought 4 books. I’ve skimmed them and they do look very interesting. Thanks for letting us know about them.

  • frog

    The discount code expired as 3/4/10 1pm. I only received your newletter 4 hours ago (according to gmail timestamp Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 8:19 AM). Do we need a priority subscriptions? Based on above responses, other people received their newsletter on February 27th.

  • Clayton LeBlanc

    Hi, Darren… Just got this e-mail today and proceeded to order “Below The Horizon” and 6 other e-books, but when I used the discount code “DELNEA20” a message appeared saying that code had expired. No biggie! I ordered the books anyway! Just thought I’d let you know. Thanx for a great website! Clay

  • frog

    Wow, I just saw my previous message time stamped at March 5th, 2010 at 7:11 am! But it is still Thursday, March 4th at west coast. Is this site located in Asia? My current local time is March 4th, 2:15 pm. Let’s see what time this message will be stamped.

  • frog – the timezone of this blog is Melbourne Australia (where it is edited). 🙂

  • for those asking about the discount – it has now ended and I’ve removed reference to it from this post. David offered the discount for 48 hours from the release of this book. This post was published on 27 February when there was still 40 hours in the discount to go. For those who missed it – I’m sorry but we had no control over how long it lasted. For what it’s worth – $5 is still an amazing price for this resource!

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  • Darren Rowse March 5, 2010 10:17 am

    for those asking about the discount - it has now ended and I've removed reference to it from this post. David offered the discount for 48 hours from the release of this book. This post was published on 27 February when there was still 40 hours in the discount to go. For those who missed it - I'm sorry but we had no control over how long it lasted. For what it's worth - $5 is still an amazing price for this resource!

  • Darren Rowse March 5, 2010 10:14 am

    frog - the timezone of this blog is Melbourne Australia (where it is edited). :-)

  • frog March 5, 2010 08:16 am

    Wow, I just saw my previous message time stamped at March 5th, 2010 at 7:11 am! But it is still Thursday, March 4th at west coast. Is this site located in Asia? My current local time is March 4th, 2:15 pm. Let's see what time this message will be stamped.

  • Clayton LeBlanc March 5, 2010 08:03 am

    Hi, Darren... Just got this e-mail today and proceeded to order "Below The Horizon" and 6 other e-books, but when I used the discount code "DELNEA20" a message appeared saying that code had expired. No biggie! I ordered the books anyway! Just thought I'd let you know. Thanx for a great website! Clay

  • frog March 5, 2010 07:11 am

    The discount code expired as 3/4/10 1pm. I only received your newletter 4 hours ago (according to gmail timestamp Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 8:19 AM). Do we need a priority subscriptions? Based on above responses, other people received their newsletter on February 27th.

  • Zack Jones March 1, 2010 10:39 pm

    I used the coupon code and bought 4 books. I've skimmed them and they do look very interesting. Thanks for letting us know about them.

  • Jim March 1, 2010 01:47 pm

    I rather have a hard/soft cover book in my hand, e-books are nice maybe but I can't take it with me to the reading room, ya know what I mean.

  • Doug Holmes March 1, 2010 11:02 am

    Sorry... I'm new round here, not got the hang of adding pics...

  • Doug Holmes March 1, 2010 08:04 am

    I took this on my honeymoon in Tunsia - it's not late afternoon, but REALLY early morning (similar thing, really)

  • Scott Smith February 28, 2010 08:32 pm

    I bought five books, and used the discount code for the four. Total cost was USD$20.

    The books are awesome, great resource and very encouraging.

  • Geccko February 28, 2010 06:52 am

    I have all of this books and they are great! It's just fun to read them....

  • Chris February 28, 2010 05:29 am

    @Jon
    They're short, you can print them out and put them in a notebook.

  • Jon McGovern February 28, 2010 01:56 am

    Sounds good but I don't like ebooks... :-(

  • Jason Collin Photography February 27, 2010 03:10 pm

    Tempted to buy because of the discount....

    Need a real tripod though and a working cable release (cheapo one broke) before I could make use of this book's contents.

  • Chris February 27, 2010 11:07 am

    I just bought four of them! I have been wanting his first four for a while and with this discount I can't not get them :-)

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