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Infrared Photography

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ISBN : 9781608959266
Genre : Photography
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With the introduction of digital photography, unprecedented numbers of people are flocking to the art form, trying their hand at creating effective photographs of people, landscapes, still lifes, and other subjects. As the ranks of photographers swell, it becomes more and more difficult to achieve a standout body of work—something that sets your work apart from the barrage of images we are all inundated with on a daily basis. As Laurie and Kyle Klein prove in their new book, infrared capture may be that magic bullet. Infrared photographs have a mystical feel. Before the dawn of digital capture, infrared light waves, which are invisible to the naked eye, could only be captured using specialized films that required precise handling and a level of technical proficiency that most photographers lacked. Today, infrared films are largely unavailable; digital infrared is the wave of the future, and most photographers have a retired digital camera (whether an older-model DSLR or an old point & shoot camera) on hand that they can permanently modify for digital-only capture. So, you’re ready to jump in and try your hand at producing wildly different images. Where do you start? In this book, Laurie and Kyle Klein present a brief history of infrared, then move on to discuss all of the nitty-gritty technical information you’ll need to understand how those invisible wavelengths will be recorded in your camera and the steps you’ll need to take to ensure the best-possible resulting photographs. The authors provide a plethora of sample images that show you how various materials—from skin, hair, and eyes to environmental subjects like the sky, trees, grasses, and clouds—will appear in your images. They also teach you how to previsualize the final image: You will learn to predict the way that the colors and tones you perceive with your naked eyes will be rendered in-camera. You will also learn how to effectively frame your subject(s) and scenes to draw the viewer’s gaze into and through the frame in a predictable manner, and keep him or her visually engaged. With the basic theories of infrared capture and image design deftly handled, the authors discuss further artistic applications. You’ll learn how to add selective color to your black & white infrared images and how to create color infrared images that take infrared capture to a whole new level. Finally, the educators detail basic image-editing strategies that will allow you to finesse the tones and contrast in your images. Armed with the scientific insights and artistic applications in this book, you will be able to easily branch into a new genre of creative capture—whether you’re interested in pushing your creative abilities to new levels for self-satisfaction or are looking to offer your studio’s clientele a new product line.
Category: Photography

Digital Infrared Photography

Author : Cyrill Harnischmacher
ISBN : 1933952350
Genre : Photography
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To record the "invisible light " has always been an intriguing and fascinating experiment. The infrared part of the light spectrum is outside the range of what the human eye can see, but with a digital camera, we are able to record only this "invisible light " while blocking the "visible " part. The results are often unusual, yet beautiful, renderings of otherwise fairly common scenes. Since as far back as the 1960 's artists have experimented with analog infrared photography, as seen on the album covers of Jimi Hendrix and Frank Zappa. But as we enter the digital age, new equipment and technology has opened up the exciting world of infrared photography to all. This compact guide to infrared photography shows the beauty of infrared imagery, but also teaches how to shoot these images with your digital camera. The book provides the basic theoretical background, some information on cameras, filters and equipment, and lots of guidance on how to do infrared photography.This beautifully designed and illustrated book is the perfect companion for the aspiring photographer wanting to explore new photographic territories.
Category: Photography

Infrared Photography

Author : Laurie Klein
ISBN : 9781682034743
Genre : Photography
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Learn to harness and capture infrared wavelengths with an infrared-converted digital camera. The authors teach you how those invisible light wavelengths will be recorded in-camera and the steps you’ll need to take to ensure the best-possible photographs. You’ll study myriad images that show how various materials—from skin, hair, and eyes to the sky, trees, grasses, and clouds—will appear in your images and learn to predict the way that the colors and tones you perceive with your naked eyes will be rendered in-camera. You will discover compositional techniques that will visually engage your audience. Finally, you’ll learn how to use artistic applications to add selective color to your black & white infrared images, how to create dramatic color infrared photographs that take infrared capture to a whole new level, and how to edit your images in postproduction for enhanced contrast and superb detail.
Category: Photography

Digital Infrared Photography

Author : Sandra Moles Clements
ISBN : OCLC:751483407
Genre : Infrared photography
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Digital Infrared Photography

Author : Patrick Rice
ISBN : 1584281448
Genre : Photography
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Infrared imaging offers a spectacular, otherworldly view of the people and places that surround us. While infrared film is expensive, requires special handling and can be unpredictable at best, the ability to create infrared images with a digital camera and proper filtration has revolutionised the genre. In this clear and easy-to-use manual, Rice explains everything about digital infrared imaging - from testing your camera's infrared sensitivity, to selecting the proper filtration, to enhancing images with digital effects.
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Digital Ultraviolet And Infrared Photography

Author : Adrian Davies
ISBN : 9781315515076
Genre : Photography
File Size : 76.70 MB
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Digital Ultraviolet and Infrared Photography discusses the growing number of applications of ultraviolet and infrared photography. Scientific and technical photographers, such as those engaged in scientific, medical, forensic, and landscape and wildlife photography routinely use ultraviolet and infrared techniques, and these techniques are growing in use in creative photography. This is the first book to address the application and potential for both ultraviolet and infrared photography in both science and art. The author, Adrian Davies, discusses the how-to of ultraviolet and infrared digital recording with a dissection of techniques, camera requirements and camera conversion, a useful appendix of resources and equipment currently available and inspirational image examples throughout. Digital Ultraviolet and Infrared Photography is an essential read for photographers using these tools either professionally or creatively.
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Mastering Infrared Photography

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ISBN : 9781608959624
Genre : Photography
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Karen Dorame teaches you what you need to know to get started in color and black & white IR capture, showing you how to test your camera for its suitability to IR conversion, detailing the process, and discussing the costs involved. You’ll learn to select and use filters for enhanced effects and will discover the way that various lenses will impact the way your IR images are rendered. Next, you’ll delve into the heart of the matter—you’ll learn how to anticipate the way the light will impact your imagery, how various surfaces will be rendered in IR, and you will discover special post-processing strategies designed to maximize the impact of your IR images. Finally, Dorame treats you to a look at the boundary-pushing work being done by other IR practitioners in the field, providing tips and inspiration that will help you take your work to the next level.
Category: Photography

Photographing The Female Form With Digital Infrared

Author : Laurie Klein
ISBN : 9781608957200
Genre : Photography
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Photographing female nudes is about more than just the body. For Laurie Klein, it is about capturing the feminine spirit. Laurie’s creative medium is nature. The landscape plays as much of a role in her photos as does the model. Laurie's unique way of using infrared photography, and the caring, personal way she captures her subject's innermost emotions becomes a transformational experience for both photographer and client. In this book, Klein details her techniques and her inspirations in creating these unforgettable images. Shooting nudes in nature is complex. The photographer needs to know when to start with the model and arrange nature around them or see something in nature and treat the model as part of the nature. Klein gives many ideas for posing models in relationship to nature and the landscape. She masterfully uses infrared photography to capture the beauty of the surroundings and the female form. Each photo in the book is accompanied by details of the location or setting, camera settings, composition concepts and insight into the idea and execution of the shot. Part of what makes Klein’s photos so unique and vibrant is that she develops a trusting environment that allows the subject to give themselves over completely to a transcendent photographic experience. Out of this usually comes a series of fine art portraits or a substantial book for them to enjoy, share and pass on through the generations. Using the body as a landscape, Klein crafts unique and sometimes abstract images that emphasize the beauty of the female form in different ways. Sometimes the simplicity of the image is the beauty of it. The infrared photography format provides striking contrasts between the skin tones and the natural surroundings. Tips are given for choosing unique locations that can work best for creating artful images like the ones in the book. Being able to improvise and set-up a shoot when discovering a unique setting or lighting scenario can be the key to crafting a stunning portrait. Sometimes the unexpected can occur and a prepared and creative photographer can turn that into a magical moment captured in infrared. Klein is recognized for her signature infrared photography style. This book provides in insight into her creative process.
Category: Photography

Infrared Photography Handbook

Author : Laurie White
ISBN : 0936262389
Genre : Photography
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This is the definitive guide to black and white infrared photography. Suitable for use by anyone with basic photographic skills, it shows how to create visual magic by mastering the art of seeing and composing shots in infrared.
Category: Photography

The New Language Of Digital Photography

Author : Brian Leng
ISBN : 9781491873663
Genre : Photography
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Digital Photography was first introduced to the general public around 1989, depending in what part of the world you were during that time. Since then, people have been getting rid of their film cameras and turning them in for new DSLR’s (Digital Single Lens Reflex) which has given photographer many new options to choose from that they didn’t have with film cameras. Since DSLR’s affords so many options, unless you know a lot about digital photography, you might think that if you went out and purchased a $2000.00 camera you’d be able to take photographs just like a National Geographic photographer. But just buying an expensive camera won’t make you take better photographs then you did with your film camera. When I teach my Basic Digital Photography I tell the class that you need to first and foremost, you need to “learn the language of photography” which is not as easy as one may think. Learning how to “make photographs rather than take photographs” requires one to understand the many options that digital photography has to offer. Most people get frustrated in learning how to use their camera and just wind up setting the automatic setting on the camera which defeats the whole purpose of buying a digital camera in the first place. Because a digital camera gives more options to the photographer, what this booklet does is cut the many options down to three basic camera controls. Once you’ve learn the three controls you can move on in learning more advanced options of the camera.
Category: Photography

The Art Of Infrared Photography

Author : Joseph Paduano
ISBN : 0936262508
Genre : Photography
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Learn the techniques that produce stunning black and white or color infrared images, from selecting subjects, film, and filters to focusing, hand coloring, and processing infrared.
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Digital Portrait Photography Of Teens And Seniors

Author : Patrick Rice
ISBN : 9781608950294
Genre : Photography
File Size : 83.88 MB
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Divided into two parts, this guide shows studio owners and photographers how to increase visibility, creativity, and financial rewards in the teen and senior portrait market. The first section is focused on technical mastery, gives tips on how to refine one's technique and remain competitive and providing advice on selecting the appropriate digital equipment and added artistic elements like indoor and outdoor sets, storytelling props, and fashionable backgrounds. The second section is devoted to successful marketing techniques that are low-cost and have a big impact, such as maintaining an Internet presence, offering special promotions, and producing direct-mail marketing pieces. Numerous marketing pieces from top studios are included as reference points.
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The Focal Encyclopedia Of Photography

Author : Michael R. Peres
ISBN : 9781136106132
Genre : Photography
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*Searchable CD ROM containing the entire book (including images) *Over 450 color images, plus never before published images provided by the George Eastman House collection, as well as images from Ansel Adams, Howard Schatz, and Jerry Uelsmann to name just a few The role and value of the picture cannot be matched for accuracy or impact. This comprehensive treatise, featuring the history and historical processes of photography, contemporary applications, and the new and evolving digital technologies, will provide the most accurate technical synopsis of the current, as well as early worlds of photography ever compiled. This Encyclopedia, produced by a team of world renown practicing experts, shares in highly detailed descriptions, the core concepts and facts relative to anything photographic. This Fourth edition of the Focal Encyclopedia serves as the definitive reference for students and practitioners of photography worldwide, expanding on the award winning 3rd edition. In addition to Michael Peres (Editor in Chief), the editors are: Franziska Frey (Digital Photography), J. Tomas Lopez (Contemporary Issues), David Malin (Photography in Science), Mark Osterman (Process Historian), Grant Romer (History and the Evolution of Photography), Nancy M. Stuart (Major Themes and Photographers of the 20th Century), and Scott Williams (Photographic Materials and Process Essentials)
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Cataracts New Insights For The Healthcare Professional 2011 Edition

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ISBN : 9781464901966
Genre : Medical
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Cataracts: New Insights for the Healthcare Professional: 2011 Edition is a ScholarlyEditions™ eBook that delivers timely, authoritative, and comprehensive information about Cataracts. The editors have built Cataracts: New Insights for the Healthcare Professional: 2011 Edition on the vast information databases of ScholarlyNews.™ You can expect the information about Cataracts in this eBook to be deeper than what you can access anywhere else, as well as consistently reliable, authoritative, informed, and relevant. The content of Cataracts: New Insights for the Healthcare Professional: 2011 Edition has been produced by the world’s leading scientists, engineers, analysts, research institutions, and companies. All of the content is from peer-reviewed sources, and all of it is written, assembled, and edited by the editors at ScholarlyEditions™ and available exclusively from us. You now have a source you can cite with authority, confidence, and credibility. More information is available at http://www.ScholarlyEditions.com/.
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Alternate Light Source Imaging

Author : Norman Marin
ISBN : 9781317524175
Genre : Law
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Alternate Light Source Imaging provides a brief guide to digital imaging using reflected infrared and ultraviolet radiation for crime scene photographers. Clear and concise instruction illustrates how to accomplish good photographs in a variety of forensic situations. It demonstrates how tunable wavelength light sources and digital imaging techniques can be used to successfully locate and document physical evidence at the crime scene, in the morgue, or in the laboratory. The scientific principles that make this type of photography possible are described, followed by the basic steps that can be utilized to capture high quality evidentiary photographs.
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How To Take Great Digital Photos Of Your Friend S Wedding

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ISBN : 9781608951253
Genre : Photography
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Armed with a digital camera, wedding attendees can create snapshots of the their friend's big day with the camera, lighting, posing, and composition skills taught in this step-by-step manual. Beginning with a discussion of digital capture basics and how to ensure the best possible exposure by selecting the appropriate ISO settings, photographers learn how to create the setting that produces the best results under any lighting conditions. Posing is also covered so that, armed with some general principles and strategies, amateur photographers can greatly improve their sense of portraiture. Sections on unusual situations teach readers how to make the best of mixed lighting conditions, flatter subjects, avoid exposure problems, and use the flash indoors; while tips on using Adobe Photoshop Elements help photographers give their photographs that professional edge.
Category: Photography

The Limbourg Brothers

Author : Rob Dückers
ISBN : 9789004175129
Genre : History
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Although the Nijmegen artists Herman, Paul and Jean de Limbourg were barely thirty years old when they suddenly died in 1416, they already had a formidable career behind them. Now, almost six hundred years after their creation, the colourful and highly refined miniatures in the "Belles Heures" and "Tr s Riches Heures du Duc de Berry" still speak vividly to our imagination. In 2005 Museum Het Valkhof in Nijmegen presented the exhibition The Limbourg Brothers. Nijmegen Masters at the French Court (1400-1416) . This was the first time that original miniatures from four manuscripts by the Limbourg brothers were shown in the Netherlands. The exhibition formed an excellent opportunity to invite prominent scholars to share their views on the art of the Limbourg brothers during a two-day conference. This publication presents in written form the conference papers delivered by some of the leading scholars in the field. In that respect, the volume acts as an addendum to the catalogue. Contributors are Hanneke van Asperen, Gregory T. Clark, Herman Th. Colenbrander, Rob D ckers, Eberhard K nig, Margaret Lawson, Stephen Perkinson, Pieter Roelofs and Victor M. Schmidt.
Category: History

Digital Photography For Science

Author : Enrico Savazzi
ISBN : 9780557925377
Genre : Art
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The scientific photography of small subjects encompasses the domains of close-up photography, macrophotography and photomacrography, and is a primary documentation tool in many research fields. This book concentrates on the choice and practical use of digital cameras, lenses and related equipment of types commonly available at research institutions and museums. The described techniques are suitable for subject sizes between approximately half a millimeter and half a meter, and differ from those used in general photography and microscopy. The intended audience of this book includes professional scientific photographers, scientists and students who need to carry out photography in support of their own research or as part-time scientific photographers at a research institution, and advanced amateur photographers who wish to master these techniques.
Category: Art