Over the years, Haje has worked on a number of books in a number of different capacities. Honestly, you’re probably looking for the list of books he wrote himself, but if you’re really curious… Here you go!

Oh, and if you’ve ever wondered what a tech editor does, I have some thoughts about that, too…

Project Editor: Accelerated Startup by Vitaly Golomb (2017)

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Silicon Valley Venture Capitalist and Serial Entrepreneur teaches how to succeed in taking your startup from idea to product to company.

Accelerated Startup takes entrepreneurs through the startup minefield from fostering revolutionary ideas to building the right team and launching the product to raising angel and venture capital to finding the first 10,000 customers and ultimately taking the company to a successful exit. It is filled with practical lessons learned from years of hands-on experience, until now, available only in top startup accelerator programs.

Vitaly M. Golomb leads global investments at HP Tech Ventures, the corporate venture arm of Silicon Valley’s original startup. He is a serial entrepreneur, a contributing writer to TechCrunch and a consistently top-ranked mentor to a number of startup accelerator programs all over the world. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and travels to over 20 countries each year to consult and guest lecture corporations, associations and universities on entrepreneurship, innovation and design.

Accelerated Startup is available from Amazon.

Project Editor: Lights, Camera Capture by Bob Davis (2010)

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Author Bob Davis is a photographer whose high-profile clients include Oprah Winfrey and Eva Longoria, and whose work has appeared in Time, O Magazine, and People. Along with his invaluable professional advice, this beautiful full-color book includes a DVD featuring portions of his workshop curriculum.

He covers the elements of lighting and shares his two-strobe technique that will enable you to create studio-quality lighting anywhere with only minimal equipment.

Lights, Camera, Capture: Creative Lighting Techniques for Digital Photographers offers your professional advice worth many times the cost of the book.

Project Editor: Canon EOS (2008)

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Go to any Rick Sammon workshop or seminar and it will be standing room only. The popular speaker and Canon Explorer of Light travels the country on behalf of Canon teaching amateur photographers how to shoot better pictures.

He has hosted shows on the DIY network as well as on ESPN and the Outdoor Life Network.

In this 1 1/2 hour video, Rick will show viewers all of the basic steps to taking great images. From camera basics to exposure, lenses, sport shooting, photographing in low light, close up photography, people and portraits, animals and pets, Rick breaks down complex topics into fun and interesting lessons.

While other videos in this market feature an actor standing next to a camera on a tripod, Rick goes out on location to Universal Studios (Orlando, FL), Jungle World at the Bronx Zoo and other great places to entertain, educate and inspire viewers to becoming better photographers.

Technical Editor: Product Photography by J. Dennis Thomas (2013)

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From cereal boxes to billboards to photos on Amazon, product photos have a strong impact on viewers. Now you can master the secrets of effective product photography with this essential guide.

Author J. Dennis Thomas guides you through the basics, from selecting the right equipment and practicing different lighting techniques to controlling exposure, using backgrounds and props, and much more. Whether it’s jewelry, food, fashion, or other products, learn how to photograph for effective selling, while building the skills and tools you need for a career.

Technical Editor: Photographing Families by Michele Celentano (2013)

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Family photographs are a staple of both amateur and professional photography. While always in demand, they also pose a unique set of challenges. In this book, Canon Explorer of Light Michele Celentano guides beginning- to intermediate-level photographers around the common pitfalls and helps them learn how to get top-quality shots every time.From getting families organized and directing the posing to managing large groups and impatient kids, this book reveals the secrets and helps you capture the shot without relying on post-production to achieve perfection.

Whether you’re a professional seeking to advance your knowledge or the family’s designated picture-taker, you’ll benefit from these professional tips. You’ll learn camera techniques that can take pounds and years off your subjects and create images that stand the test of time.

Photographing Families: Tips for Capturing Timeless Images is loaded with insider tips to help you make family portraits the treasure they should be.

Technical Editor: Canon EOS Rebel T4i/650D Digital Field Guide by Rosh Sillars (2013)

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Canon’s new introductory-level dSLR camera boasts some revolutionary features that will be new even to Canon veterans.

This convenient guide effectively explains every button, menu, mode, and function of the Rebel T4i/650D, and it fits in your camera bag so you can easily refresh your memory during a shoot. With step-by-step descriptions of every action and feature plus color images of every control, this little book will have you taking charge of your camera in no time.

Learn to use the touchscreen menus, new silent autofocus feature, and extended ISO range. You’ll also get suggestions for improving your shots in specific situations. There’s even a free gray and color checker card to help you achieve perfect color and white balance every time.

Canon EOS Rebel T4i/650D Digital Field Guide is the perfect partner to help you get the most from your exciting new Canon dSLR.

Technical Editor: Photography FAQs by Jeff Wignall (2012)

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What’s the difference between optical zoom and digital zoom? Do more megapixels equate to better photo quality? Why is there a delay after I push the shutter release button before I can take another picture?

If you’ve ever asked a question concerning digital photography and wished you had a helpful resource to provide you with clear, reliable answers, then look no further.

With nearly four decades of photo experience under his belt, author Jeff Wignall responds to 365 of the most common digital photography questions with informative, practical replies. The full-color format helps you see what he’s talking about.

Digital Photography FAQs is a well-organized guide, featuring answers to questions that you haven?t even thought of yet!

Technical Editor: Night and Low Light Photography by Alan Hess (2011)

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Finally! A resource that sheds light on the unique challenges of night and low-light photography

With their unique sets of challenges, night and low-light photography are often touted as some of the most difficult and frustrating genres of digital photography. This much-needed guide demystifies any murky topics provides you with all the information you need to know from choosing the right gear and camera settings to how to best edit your photos in post-production. Renowned photographer Alan Hess shares techniques and indispensable tips that he has garnered from years of experience.

Packed with invaluable advice and instruction, Night and Low-Light Photography Photo Workshop doesn’t leave you in the dark.

Technical Editor: HDR Photography by Peter Carr and Robert Correll (2nd edition — 2011)

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High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography offers a new range of creative possibilities to the photographer who is skilled in the technique.

HDR requires specific camera skills as well as the use of specialized software, and the photographers who wrote this book are experts in both. They explain the process of shooting the same subject at different exposures, combining those shots into a single HDR image, fine-tuning brightness and contrast, minimizing noise, layering images, and more, including creative techniques with Photoshop and Lightroom.

Any photographer who is new to HDR will find this guide loaded with helpful instructions and encouraging advice.

Technical Editor: Portrait and Candid Photography by Erin Manning (2011)

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Taking great “people pictures” isn’t a matter of luck. The secret is in observing your subjects and connecting with them, and then using your camera to its best advantage. This new edition uses full-color photos to demonstrate how to work with lighting, location, angle, composition, physical characteristics, and environment in either portrait or candid situations.

Professional photographer and veteran author Erin Manning offers invaluable advice for handling the unique challenges of photographing babies, large and small groups, and action.

When you apply the techniques featured on the pages of Portrait and Candid Photography Photo Workshop, 2nd Edition, you’ll watch your subjects come to life.

Technical Editor: Exposure by Jeff Wignall (2011)

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Exposure involves a variety of skills, but once mastered, can turn a hobbyist into a bona fide photographer. This hands-on resource dissects the components of exposure ISO, aperture, shutter speed and shows how they work together to capture the photographer s vision.

You ll learn how to leave the safety of automatic settings and understand how controlling the settings can result in beautiful photos. Stunning photos of people, wildlife, and landscapes serve to inspire you to practice your new skills in exposure and create memorable and frame-worthy photos.

Exposure yourself to the fantastic and unparalleled advice contained within the pages of Exposure Photo Workshop, Second Edition!

Technical Editor: Photographing Children by Ginny Felch (2011)

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Family photography continues to be a major field of professional digital photography, while amateur moms are the fastest growing segment of digital camera owners. No matter your level of expertise, you’ll benefit from the invaluable advice featured in this new edition.

Updated with new photos and revised text to cover the latest technologies, this inspirational book offers critical assistance with photographing children in portrait or candid situations, natural environments or structured interiors, and any variety of lighting. You’ll find practical techniques as well as artistic guidance to capture a photo that radiates the innocence and magic of childhood.

Photographing Children Photo Workshop, Second Edition shows you how to sharpen your observation skills and involve your subjects so you can take memorable photos of children that will last for generations.

Technical Editor:Black and White Photography by Chris Bucher (2011)

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Shooting pictures in black and white presents unique challenges for beginners and experienced digital photographers alike. A strong understanding of photography’s fundamentals is crucial to capturing great black and white images, and factors such as contrast and lighting are much more integral to black and white photography than to color.

Black and White Digital Photography Photo Workshop teaches digital photographers the skills they need to master black and white photography.

Black and white photography presents different challenges than color photography. In Black and White Digital Photography Photo Workshop, photographers learn how to identify great opportunities for black and white photographs and how to turn those opportunities into stunning monochrome images they can be proud to display.

Technical Editor: Monetizing Microstock by Pete Saloutos (2011)

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Microstock photography veers slightly off the course of traditional stock photography in that the images in microstock photography are used almost exclusively on the Internet and are submitted by both novice and professional photographers.

This helpful book provides answers to your questions on what to shoot, how to shoot it, and where and how to submit your images. Award-winning photographer Pete Saloutos deciphers the complex intricacies of making money from microstock photography.

Pete Saloutos helps you turn a profit from what you love doing with this invaluable resource.

Technical Editor: Make Money with Photography by Erin Manning (2011)

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Most digital photo buffs have thought about turning their hobby into a side business, but building a successful business takes more than passion and photographic skill. Erin Manning knows how, and she shares her expertise in this nuts-and-bolts guide.

Manning, host of the DIY Network’s The Whole Picture, shows you how to identify and act on opportunities, make a business plan, and manage your business from day to day. Make Money with Your Digital Photography is also full of tips to help you improve your product.

If you’ve considered turning your digital photography hobby into a money-making venture, Make Money with Your Digital Photography shows you how to get there.

Technical Editor: Nature Photography by Nat Coalson (2011)

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Photographing nature poses unique challenges and demands that you have special skills and a working knowledge of how to work in — and with — nature. This Photo Workshop is a must-have how-to guide for shooting nature images in nearly any situation you might encounter.

You’ll learn which equipment is right in different settings and why it should be used, how to get an amazing photo of a fast-moving animal, and how to handle a myriad of tricky weather scenarios. This book covers composition, exposure, fill-flash, special creative techniques, and more. Plus, assignments at the end of each chapter sharpen your skills to for taking unique, artistic nature photographs.

Packed with inspirational color photos throughout, this workshop guide encourages you to improve your technique for taking nature photographs.

Technical Editor: Digital Wedding Photography by Glen Johnson (2011)

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Professional wedding photographer Glen Johnson knows there’s a huge difference between being able to take good pictures and being a good wedding photographer. In this exquisite, full-color book, Glen dispenses sage advice and solutions for taking impressive digital wedding images — posed or candid, in any weather, in any setting, at any locale.

You will also learn the secrets of creating a successful digital wedding photography business, and much more. Whether you’re an aspiring professional or an amateur who wants to improve your skills at digital wedding photography, this book will help you succeed.

Technical Editor: HDR Photography by Pete Carr & Robert Correll (1st edition — 2009)

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By artfully blending multiple exposures, you can create images with incredible detail, photos that mimic fine paintings, surrealistic imagery — once you understand the process, your options are virtually endless. This book explains the tools you need to get started and how to create high dynamic range (HDR) images.

You learn to evaluate a scene, photograph different subjects for the best HDR results, gain skill with software, and begin a lifetime of exploration.

Technical Editor: Composition Digital Field Guide by Alan Hess (2010)

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No amount of subsequent editing can perfect a photo that was poorly composed. If you’re frustrated because the pictures you take are merely good, not great, this is the book you’ve been looking for. In these pages you’ll find the rules and techniques that help you compose better photos every time you pick up your camera.

You’ll learn to apply them in a wide variety of situations, and you’ll even learn how and when to break the rules for that unforgettable image.

Technical Editor: Creative Close-ups by Harold Davis (2009)

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The art of macro photography-photographing small objects or super close-ups of small sections of big objects-yields fascinating results, but shooting at this level brings its own set of challenges. Now you can shoot close-ups with confidence and creative flair with this information-packed guide.

Renowned photographer Harold Davis provides pages of field-tested techniques on focus, depth-of-field, exposure-even the appropriate equipment to use for this unique niche of digital photography. The book includes stunning and intriguing examples of his work to illustrate concepts.

Join the vast and beautiful world of small photography with this essential guide.

Technical Editor: Exposure Digital Field Guide by Alan Hess (2009)

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Exposure is the number one topic that digital photographers want to know about. This full-color book fits in your camera bag and provides all the information you need on this very important aspect of digital photography.

Exposure involves combining ISO, aperture, and shutter speed in different variations to accomplish your vision of the perfect image. Exposure Digital Field Guide takes you through the complex techniques of good exposure, taking you from hobbyist to serious amateur photographer.

Exposure Digital Field Guide helps you master one of the most complex and intricate elements of digital photography.

Contributing Photographer: Photos that Inspire by Lynne Eodice (2007)

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This unique book is packed with more than 200 magnificent photos, each expressing the photographer’s unique take on a scene or subject.

With each image, the artist shares a description of the setting, what inspired the idea, and what the photo was intended to accomplish, along with the technical details — camera and lens used, shutter speed, aperture, and lighting.

Stimulate your creativity with these breathtaking landscapes, incredible action shots, heartwarming portraits of people and pets, intriguing close-ups, and more.

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CEO of Konf, pitch coach for startups, enthusiastic dabbler in photography.

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