A Photographer's Guide to Writing
A Photographer's Guide to Writing

A Photographer’s Guide to Writing

Written by Nasrul Eam
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Have you ever wanted to be a Features Writer? Want to write for a big magazine where people are glued to read your experience? Becoming a Features Writer for a well-known magazine can be one of the most enjoyable professions on the planet; however, it’s not for everyone. In fact, if you want to be published regularly, this can be extremely demanding and daunting, and can change your lifestyle, forever.

What about writing based on your travels, experiences, or perhaps photographs you have taken on your trip? Writing on beautiful and amazing photographs that you have captured is always exciting. However, you don’t have to stop there, you can even write on photographs taken by award winning photographers around the world, look through their lenses, then put it in black and white in your own reflections. There are very few photographers that write, and we believe this needs proper guidance. With this guide, let’s explore stories and examples to help kick start your writing.

Publication Details
Publisher: Light & Composition University Press
Author: Nasrul Eam
Edition: Third Edition
First Published: February 11, 2018
Pages: 25 pages
Format: Native PDF
Size:3.162 MB

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Nasrul Eam
Editor-in-Chief
Light & Composition

Nasrul has been setting new standards as an author, photographer, editor, educator, and art director for more than a decade. Currently Editor-in-Chief at Light & Composition, Head of Department of Art and Photography, and Language and Linguistics at Light & Composition University, Nasrul started his professional career in 2000. He wrote books such as The Quintessence of Photography: Understanding Composition, for developing artistic vision, and The Essence of Close-up Photography, for developing the basics of photographic vocabulary and exploring close-up photography with an artistic touch. His other books are Illuminating Nature, volume 1 and 2, with vivid examples of nature and wildlife photography, The Happy Children of the Third World, which touches on the meaning of life, to its core, and Mastering Food Photography. Understanding the Building Blocks of English Language, and Understanding the Structure of English Language, are two of his well-known books, which have been used in English language learning programs, in different countries around the world. Nasrul has published over 100 articles on various aspects of art, photography, language, linguistics, religion, and science.

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8 reviews for A Photographer’s Guide to Writing

  1. Joanne Mandic

    All your publications are amazing. :)

  2. Nohrn

    Great tips. They can be applied to all useful writing, even blogs.

  3. Kent

    As always, your guides are so practical, with a very personal touch.

  4. Gleb Bahmutov

    An interesting read, I have learnt so much from it.

  5. Emerson Macedo

    Great guide – I especially like adding elements to bring write-up life section. Thank you

  6. Tim Carter

    Outstanding! Thanks for the tips.

  7. Emad Elsaid

    Great guide. Now I know how I can give personal touch.

  8. Sandra

    There are hundreds of writing guides out there, but none surpass the style Nasrul suggested.

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