No, this is not an April Fool's joke ;)
I'm pretty bad at promoting this website or my work in general, and as a result I often put something up and then forget about it entirely. As you can see clicking on the relevant tab on the top of the page - or here, alternatively - you'll see that I've put together six eBooks ranging from portrait photography to Photoshop tutorials.
Well, I noticed some days ago that, as a part of the Kindle Unlimited program, I would be able to offer all of these books available for free for 5 days.
Therefore, all AmateurNikon eBooks will be available for free from March 30 to April 3. I believe the offer is valid from/until midnight PST (Pacific Standard Time; GMT - 7).
A little look at what each book can offer you:
(remember, you can also read free previews if you visit my Amazon author page).
1. 17 Stunning Photoshop Tutorials
This is a collection of some of the tutorials I have written during the 5+ years AmateurNikon has been online. If you're looking for a handy, easy-access guide to some amazing tutorials (such as how to replicate the Silent Hill look or the True Detective look), take a look.
2. Photographing People
That was the first AmateurNikon eBook published. It contains several portrait (or, better, people-themed) photos, and is accompanied by exposure information and commentary, so that you have an insight on my decision process.
3. Photography and Affect: A New Theory of Vision
This is something you really ought to take a look at. If you want to buy only one eBook, get this one. In 125 pages, it contains some pretty important theoretical/methodological concepts related to photography, which will definitely help you to see and make better pictures
4. The Country of the Thousand Photos: A Photographic Excursion in Finland
The title is self-explanatory. In this volume you'll find some of the best images I've taken in Finland, together with some interesting facts about this country - did you know that in Finnish you can say ""airplane jet turbine engine auxiliary mechanic non-commissioned officer student" using a single word: Lentokonesuihkuturbiinimoottoriapumekaanikkoaliupseerioppilas ? :D
5. 255: Urban Black & White Photography
I almost named this book "255 shades of grey" :P
In any case, it's a short collection of some urban black & white photos. Again, pretty self-explanatory title, don't you think?
6. Computer Poetry and Fractals: The Ghost in the Machine
And, last but not least, a very experimental little book. It doesn't have much to do with photography, actually, but there is still a visual element - its computer-generated graphic fractal representation. And, as the title reveals, the graphics are not the only thing that's computer-generated... ;)