Guerrilla Travel Photography - Get $10 off This Great New eBook

Guerrilla Travel Photography – Get $10 off This Great New eBook

0Comments

Over the last couple of days here at dPS we’ve featured a couple of great posts on becoming a Guerrilla Travel Photographer by Tony Page.

201010061026.jpg Today Tony is launching a brand new eBook on the topic – Guerrilla Travel Photography. I’ve had an advanced copy of it over the last few weeks and it is a great read for anyone wanting to improve their Travel Photography.

This 259 page eBook (pdf) is very practical and is packed with tips that cover many aspects of Travel Photography including:

  • packing the right gear
  • preparations for travel
  • making the most of your time when traveling
  • light and how to take great photos when you don’t have much of it
  • making decisions about subject matter
  • shooting different topics – portraits, landscapes, urbanscapes, interiors, night shots

This is a guide to Travel Photography that gets right into the nitty gritty and which will put you in a great position for your next holiday to be taking some excellent shots. It’s not just about the theory of exotic locations – but for the real every day places and situations that we end up in as photographers.

$10 Discount for dPS Readers

Guerrilla Travel Photography is normally $29.95 but after some arm twisting I’ve managed to get him to offer a special discount for dPS readers.

For the next 48 hours you can have it for just $19.95 – this will change on Saturday 10 October at 9am (Pacific US time – PST) so if you want to save $10 you’ll need to act today.

Guaranteed – please also note that Tony is offering a satisfaction guarantee on this eBook. If you find that it’s not for you you can get your money back.

Get Your Copy of Guerrilla Travel Photography today.

201010061027.jpg

Read more from our category

Darren Rowse is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals. He lives in Melbourne Australia and is also the editor of the ProBlogger Blog Tips. Follow him on Instagram, on Twitter at @digitalPS or on Google+.

Some Older Comments

  • Tony Page October 10, 2010 02:15 am

    Wow, a lot of you took advantage of my 48-hour launch offer on the Guerrilla Travel Photography ebook!

    But don't forget, you can still buy it at the reduced price of USD 22.95 until Saturday 16th October at 9 a.m. PST, so don't miss your chance.

  • Tony Page October 9, 2010 12:01 am

    Well, it seems that I would have been best advised to go with one of my images on the cover like everyone else! Oh well, lesson learned. But please check out the content, people, download the sampler and you'll see the value, honest!

    As a matter of after-the-fact, I'm actively considering changing the cover (again!) to something more conventional but still individual. Here's an idea, for those of you who have bought the book, which image do you like best in there? Drop me a line.

  • Anna Patrick October 8, 2010 11:32 pm

    Was expecting to see an amazing shot on the book cover, but they've chosen a completely unattractive image. Interesting offer, though...

  • dogwatcher October 8, 2010 07:45 pm

    People, forget about this cover issue!

    I got it yesterday and the sheer fact that Tony adresses the "real-life-needs" of us "no-pro-photographers" on travel is worth the 19.99 $ alone. Period.

  • Moe October 8, 2010 07:37 am

    Got it yesterday and am looking forward to gleaning some ideas from it.
    At 19.99 you can hardly go wrong.

  • Kathleen Andersen October 7, 2010 11:43 pm

    I’m in the process of putting together a travel photography course and have acquired a number of books and e-book on the topic over the years. Tony’s book is certainly different and a welcome change from all those who inform us that the only times of day to make your images are the golden hours – what do you do with the rest of your time when you’re only there for a day? Well, Tony tells you!

    As I only downloaded the book yesterday evening and haven’t read the whole thing yet I cannot make detailed comments although I’ll do a review on my blog later this week. After a quick skim through I recommended it to a friend in England who is off to Rome next week and it’s given him lots of ideas. His comment was that Tony certainly backs up his talk with fantastic images.

    There’s masses of tips for those who don’t want to lug around a pile of equipment and haven’t got the time to spend fiddling with gear all day. It’s a very practical book, covers all the aspects, and should be a help to anyone looking to bring back more of an all-round impression of the places they visit.

  • Tony Page October 7, 2010 08:41 pm

    Yep, the last thing I wanted to do was to introduce politics into photography! So I've done a quick bit of graphic design and changed the cover, and hopefully most of the other graphics too. (didn't understand the comment about PDF, though, that's the best way to deliver an E-book).

    Anyway, apologies to all those who didn't like the cover, and to those who prefer the old one to my latest effort, but I did my best (don't forget, it's what's inside that's important).!

    Good shooting,

    Tony

  • Darren Rowse October 7, 2010 08:00 pm

    thanks to Tony who has tweaked the cover of the book based upon the feedback of our great readers. Thanks everyone!

  • Jim October 7, 2010 12:01 pm

    Just no way I would get this. Siorry ..but 'che??? and PDF.!!

  • Tony Page October 7, 2010 10:47 am

    Hey, guys, just a bit of dramatic marketing to grab your attention and emphasise that when most of us travel, we need to take a very active and practical approach, seizing every opportunity and making the most of every chance we get to take our shots and enjoy our photography!

    Sorry if that didn't get across, but don't let it put you off the book...

    Good shooting,

    Tony Page

  • Porf October 7, 2010 10:09 am

    Che? Really?

  • Rich D., Wedding Photographer October 7, 2010 09:44 am

    The review sounds like this book is full of info, but the promo pic is a bit scary. I'm not interested in starting a revolution - I just want to take travel photos.

  • Dennis Alton October 7, 2010 08:50 am

    Why would you put the pitcher of Che on the cover? There is nothing redeemable about the guy! He was a killer! Don't cheapen yourself. Dennis