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"The next next thing is going to be Long Exposure Night Photography! I recently attended one of Jim Goldstein’s night photography workshops and I was influenced to take the path to the DARK SIDE. Night photography is really amazing and Jim’s latest book lays out all the details for the beginner, to the advanced geek, who hangs around large telescope arrays. I’m not a super techno nerd, and I love a book that show you how to do something without a lot of magic incantations that make your brain explode. I highly recommend Jim’s latest digital book."
|Russell Brown on night photography|
"Just browsing through the book can inspire you to try some new techniques and give your photography a creative kick in the pants."
|New eBook by Jim Goldstein|
|Ron Niebrugge||"I definitively recommend this book… it could provide photographers of all ability levels with lots of creative ideas"||Book Review – Photographing the 4th Dimension Time|
|Tony Rath||"Despite 20 years of experience, I learned something new within the first few minutes of reading the book…"||Review: Photographing the 4th Dimension – Time|
|Brenda Tharp||"I’ve done long exposures for a long time, and his information is spot-on. I’ve also… learned a few things to improve my own results"||Great e-book on long exposures, star trails, time-lapse|
Outdoor Photographer Blog
"Photographing the 4th Dimension not only explains the techniques in a simple vocabulary, but it explains how the human perception of time works."
|Time and Processing Techniques – Great Gifts for Any Photographer|
|DIYPhotography.net||"…is a great book if you are seeking to explore some creative ways to use your camera."||DIY Photography Book Shelf Review|
|Guy Tal||"…this is one of best thought-out and beautifully designed eBooks I have seen."||eBook Review: Photographing the 4th Dimension – Time|
|Colleen Miniuk-Sperry||"If you’re looking for a creative jolt and a fantastic resource ... then look no farther than Jim Goldstein’s new e-Book"||Review: Photographing the 4th Dimension – Time|
|Alister Benn||"The three main sections on Long Exposures, Sequences and Mixing Motion with Still Photography are detailed enough to spark the imagination and get people out and doing it. "||Review: Photographing the 4th Dimension – Time|
|Youssef Ismail||"Jim Goldstein has done a wonderful job of concisely giving instructions and examples"||Book Review – Photographing The 4th Dimension: TIME|
|Bret Edge||"If you’ve never experimented with night or time lapse photography, or even if you have but haven’t had much success, this book will quickly get you on the right track to making stunning images."||Jim Goldstein’s New e-Book: Photographing the 4th Dimension – Time|