By Ian Plant
Ian’s hit eBook is a must read for anyone looking to take their photos to the next level. Acclaimed by critics and customers alike,Visual Flow will teach you how to see the world in ways you never before imagined. An artistic tour spanning several centuries and different artistic media, Visual Flow unlocks the composition secrets of the great masters, giving you the keys to create compelling and artistic photographs that will stand out from the crowd.
The Visual Flow ebook includes:
- Six chapters discussing shapes, depth, perspective, and other composition essentials.
- Analysis of composition masterpieces by great painting masters.
- In-depth discussion of dozens of styles of composition to make compelling and powerful photographs.
- Useful “Top Lessons” recaps for each of the six chapters.
- Analysis of hundreds of photographs.
- As a bonus, you also get The Visual Flow Companion: Volume 1, which contains 51 pages of new images, new insights, and new compositional analyses!
287 page digital PDF eBook download + 51 page bonus companion PDF download
“Ian Plant has done the best job I have seen in explaining the secrets of good composition.” —Landscape Photography Magazine
“Visual Flow is one of the most comprehensive e-books I’ve ever read on the topic of composition. In fact, I would say this book might completely revitalize your photography. That’s how good it is. If you’re stuck in a creative rut and you need something to really supercharge your creative juices, then read on.” —PhotoWhoa
“Ian Plant’s ebook Visual Flow: Mastering the Art of Composition belongs on the digital bookshelf of every serious photographer. It is a hugely informative, well-analyzed and finely crafted work on a truly important aspect of creative photography (or other visual art): composition. If you really want to improve your photography portfolio, don’t go out and drop hundreds or thousands of dollars on new gear. For less than $30 and some time studying and practicing, Visual Flow can truly improve your art and your understanding of how to make creative vision happen.” —PhotographyTricks.com