Download 4 Mindful Photography Books for free
The four books in this series are presented a little like the photography lessons I have taught over several years using the same ideas and principles. Each book and each chapter are interdependent, and whilst they are presented in a logical order where each one builds upon the last, some may be quicker or simpler for you, dependent on your knowledge and experience of photography and mindfulness.
The books are for all types and abilities of photographer. Whether you think of yourself as a beginner, a snapper, an enthusiast or a professional. It will work for you, even if right now you don’t even think as yourself as a photographer. If you are inspired by the idea of creating photographs that say something of your world and how you feel it flowing through your body and life, then this Mindful Photography book series will show you innovative and meaningful ways of doing just that.
Click on the photo of each of the 4 books below to read more about its content. Each book can be downloaded as a Mobi, ePub or PDF file.
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Photography for Well-Being 1 is suitable for photographers of all abilities – smartphones and digital cameras – and will support your well-being whilst developing your photography skills. It is all about doing creative, mindful photography activities and then sharing your favourite photos. There are 15 activities in the book with a common structure of six features:-
1. Creativity – Improving your seeing skills, learning and developing your photography skills and creating photos that you love.
2. Being in the great outdoors (there are one or two indoor exceptions).
3. Gentle physical exercise.
4. Love – of a place, person, thing or experience.
5. Mindfulness – through a Mindful Photography Practice.
6. Social interaction by sharing your favourite photo.
These photo activities work. I know, I have done them all during recovery from throat reconstruction surgery. They support your well-being and improve your photography skills.