Rainer Gulbins

Rainer Gulbins' photographic education began in high school and included traditional darkroom work. For many years he lived abroad and used his photographic skills mainly in the Sahara desert and the Canadian wilderness, thus enriching his numerous travel writings. In 2003 he switched from analog to digital--still using to the Nikon system--and has worked extensively with the various editions of Adobe Photoshop and other image editing programs. Rainer has translated books about photography and has recently been working as an advisor for various book projects about digital photography. He lives in Munich, Germany.

Photographic Multishot Techniques Photographic Multishot Techniques (Rocky Nook)
by Jürgen Gulbins, Rainer Gulbins
January 2009
Print: $34.95
Ebook: $27.99

"This book opened some additional doors for me as to getting far more out of my camera than I had considered. I found Photographic Multishot Techniques to be easily understood and the examples used quite valuable in explaining how to perform specific procedures...Photographic Multishot Techniques is a book for those, like me, that find te subject matter fascinating and want to produce images just a little head of the curve."
--Dennis Hays, X=blog

"Time and time again images fail because they are not sharp, or properly light in the areas they need to be, but this new book will help you fix those problems for good. Every step is fully illustrated along with all of the tools needed and their settings used so there is also no guesswork about any of it."
--Paul W. Faust, Impressions of Light

"Advanced photographers who need to push beyond the capabilities of the single image will find this book interesting and useful. "
--Conrad J. Obregon, Amazon.com

"Overall, this groundbreaking book will point certain photographers in directions they have imagined, but never knew how to proceed. This brief summary does not do justice to the authors and their tutorials. Buy this title for a friend, then borrow it for yourself when you see it collecting dust on his or her shelf. It's a winner."
--John Nemerovski, MyMac Magazine