The New Book “Exposed” is finally out!

I am happy to report that my new book, Exposed: Inside the Life and Images of a Pro Photographer is finally out and is shipping right now to those that have pre-ordered the book. I am also very happy to report that the book looks very nice. If you have been holding off on this book you can order it through PeachPit directly, Amazon and Barnes and Nobles. Click on the link above to go to my website and read more about the book.

This book is, once again, chocked full of info, and also includes a fair number of adventure stories as well. Even if you are not an aspiring pro, if you are just looking for a book with some good adventure stories or need some inspiration, this book might be of interest to you. Below are a few screenshots of some of the spreads. As you can see there are stories about the images and how they were created, post-processing tips and techniques that I use regularly, and finally there are quite a few lighting diagrams that show exactly how I had my gear set up to create certain images.

  • Jamey Stillings - Congratulations, Michael!

    Knowing the quality and caliber of both you and your work, I am certain the book is great! Can’t wait to have a copy in my photo library!

    Thank you!

    Jamey

  • David F. - Looks really great Mike!

  • Mark Astmann - These are awesome Michael. I can’t wait to see the book in person. Congratulation.

    Mark Astmann
    Lighting Product Manager
    Manfrotto Distribution

  • John - Have pre-ordered with Amazon UK, but they are till not shipping.

  • Jefta - You are absolutely ceorrct. Many cameras shoot slower when shooting RAW than JPEG. The question then becomes, why do you need 8fps? I rarely ever shoot on burst mode let alone high speed burst. Granted, I don’t shoot a lot of fast action sports (weddings rarely become contact sports unfortunately). More expensive cameras with UDMA card support can rattle off RAW images almost as fast as JPEG images.

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

*

*

T W I T T E R
L I N K S