THE FIRST BOOK WITH ONE FOOT ON THE COFFEE TABLE, AND ONE FOOT IN THE CLASSROOM Joe McNally, one of the world’s top pro digital. 11 quotes from The Moment It Clicks: Photography Secrets from One of the World’s Top Shooters: ‘No matter how much crap you gotta plow through to stay al. The Moment It Clicks Photography Secrets. Topics safari, violates, copyright, chapter, shooters, terms, reprints, pdf, priviledge, mcnally, safari.
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But there are some amazing pics in here, and some great anecdotal stories to go with them. Something stabilized, for all time. Joe McNally’s style of explaining, his pictures and his humour make it all seem so easy but the true details emerge only in the explanations.
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I pick up your book every chance I get and often find myself making opportunities happen to the neglect of my obligations. Apr 29, Sharada Prasad rated it liked it. Or maybe it is a little bit of all three. If this book leaves you wanting more of the same, there is the follow-up “The Hot Shoe Diaries”, New Riders press,in which the author answers readers of “The Moment it Clicks” who asked for more detailed information on how and where the lighting was set up for each photograph.
The photos used to exemplify the tips are far out of reach of most photographers–famous people, historical mo Although this book bills itself as being part coffee table book, part training course, the scope of its training is fairly narrow. Jan 20, Vicster rated it it was amazing.
If you ever want to pop into the Ohio News Photogs Convention, …. Who knows clicos Joe McNally will publish next, but I’ll join a long line of expectant readers whenever that occurs. This is a great how-to book as well as a beautiful selection of random photographs from a well-known photographer.
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I read many good photography books each year but few, if any inspire and entertain like this one. He is a master of all kinds photographic lighting, especially strobes. The book is really organized around two-page topical presentations which, in my opinion, for adult learners, are superior to traditional chapter divisions.
He will start off with a description of a photo and the history behind it, he then presents a picture that serves as mcnaly topic and finally the techniques that went into taking the shot. Joe McNally is a master and this book is one of my favorite photography books so far.
It should hit the stores again within a couple jjoe weeks. These clics are shipped from and sold by different sellers. Joe McNally has been producing photographs cljcks the likes of “Sports Illustrated” and “National Geographic” for some time. Set up a giveaway. Sometimes it is done slowly, painfully, like a fourth grader with a penknife, scratching his name on his desk, just so future classes will know… I sat here.
The book miment great, but I guess my expectations were a little too high. The book features tons of incredible pictures, many of which you will recognize from magazines. Feb 06, Owlseyes marked it as to-read Shelves: It should be required reading for someone considering photography as a profession and at the top of the list for anyone who is passionate about photography. Just tne moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
The Moment It Clicks: Photography Secrets from One of the World’s Top Shooters by Joe McNally
Refresh and try again. I had expected it to be more instructive. Thank you for writing this book, Joe. He would be doing a disservice if he did. I love your blog too. Joe, you have nailed it. These on-location workshops are usually reserved for a handful of photographers each year, but now you can learn the same techniques that Joe shares ot his seminars and lectures in a book that brings Joe’s sessions momeent life. Out of the pages, I got only 2 pieces of useful advice.
No serious attempt to capture images is accidental in McNally’s world.
The Moment It Clicks: Photography Secrets from One of the World’s Top Shooters
Like the pic taken of the photographer’s daughter after she got a black eye coming up from the bottom of a hoe and the one of “the Napalm girl” with her newborn in her arms.
It certainly shows how far I have to go to even get a couple of pictures of your quality. Books by Joe McNally. Is this feature helpful? Here is a picture of the book from after I finished reading it: Book publishing is not an exact science, so publishers are always cautious in their numbers for a first run. This is one mcnakly them. Nevertheless, it does have several flaws. Open Preview See a Problem? I was literally laughing out loud so hard even before the sentence was finished!
He also gives the most basic description of the technical side of the lighting. For all of the times I’ve looked at a great image and figured it was far too complicated for me to imitate armed with just my camera and, when I’m lucky, an external flash unitMcNally shows that it can be done AND that it can be done without necessarily emptying the bank account.
For instance, in the mini-chapter on Ken Kesey, McNally refers to a “tai stick. Oh, and Joe has a video introduction of the book, right here.
Joe McNally is one of my favorite photographers. Did you ever explain how you did the cover shot? Please try again later.
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I went into work to collect it on Saturday and I have skimmed through the content. More than step by step instructions, this book gives you insight into Joe McNally’s career and how he achieves the photos that are truly a step above the rest of us. I loved the funny stories revealing how he talked subjects into letting him get the shot he wanted as well as the stories on solving technical problems on the fly with less than conventional methods.