Fine Art Processing Architectural Long Exposure

This highly praised and best-selling eBook by Julia Anna Gospodarou and Joel Tjintjelaar covers everything from shooting in the field to processing and fine art theory. For beginners and advanced photographers, this is the source.


The best-selling and highly praised book counting 424 pages, eBook format, on fine art photography and black and white photography by Julia Anna Gospodarou and Joel Tjintjelaar. With a focus on architectural fine art photography and long exposure photography, but going far beyond these genres and covering black and white photography in general and in-depth.

USD $ 69

USD $ 69

USD $ 55.20

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Product Overview

Everything about the artistic side, the practical side, the philosophical side but also the business of photography and the financial side of photography, plus… the secret to success in photography by Julia and Joel.

You can consult this extensive BOOK PREVIEW (pdf) containing the Table of Contents and some fragments from the book to get an idea on what the book covers.

Our black and white photography processing methods and workflow, our long exposure photography methods are analyzed in depth, with examples and extensive hands-on explanations, extended analysis of our award-winning images, plus the theoretical base for what we do so you do not only apply a method, but start creating your own black and white (en)Visionography right away.

More than 400 pages of knowledge from our extensive experience as fine art photographers and from the long years of studying art, architecture and everything related to image representation.

Tens of black and white photographs from our portfolio, showing our signature style, recent and from the archives, dating back even more than 10 years, explained and analyzed in a simple and clear way.

A book, written in simple English, so every lover of photography with a medium knowledge of the language, regardless where they are, can easily understand and use the information the moment they read it. As they say, great ideas do not need complicated words. We totally agree.