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Mastering Black And White Photography

Author : Bernhard J. Suess
ISBN : UOM:39015057656905
Genre : Photography
File Size : 53.24 MB
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PRAISE FOR THE FIRST EDITION: “A masterful book . . . offers a wealth of practical suggestions to improve your photography, many of which are just as useful when shooting color.”—Popular Photography “. . . highly recommended!”—Library Journal Now updated and expanded to cover the latest information on the impact of digital imaging and Internet technology, Mastering Black and White Photography covers every aspect of the process, from choosing a camera and building a darkroom to finding subjects and creating dazzling prints. Readers will discover expert advice and no-fail techniques for developing a contact sheet; creating a final print, using the Internet to present a portfolio, making extra prints and enlargements, and more. For any photographer looking to develop expert skills in the art and technique of black-and-white photography, this newly revised classic provides all the ready-to-use help one needs! • An industry classic providing a thorough introduction to black-and-white photography • One of the most reasonably priced, accessible, and comprehensive books on the topic
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Mastering Black White Photography

Author : John Garrett
ISBN : 1845330692
Genre : Photography
File Size : 74.90 MB
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Bestselling photographer John Garrett shares the knowledge he’s gained in more than 40 years shooting the most popular subjects in black and white: portraits, landscapes, still lifes, nudes, architecture, and art, as well as photojournalism. What makes this guide such a unique teaching tool is Garrett’s in-depth presentation of 35 case studies, each containing the whole story of the assignment—from negative to contact sheet to finished print. He makes no apologies for laying out the worst as well as the best of his work to reveal the both the problems faced by a professional photographer and their solutions. A range of subjects, types of commission, and photographic approaches are covered, and Garrett’s accessible and informative text is packed with advice, techniques, and tips.
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Mastering Digital Black And White

Author : Amadou Biallo
ISBN : 9781598637588
Genre : Photography
File Size : 85.47 MB
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The very nature of black and white photography places a premium on creative interpretation of the image. Advances in digital technology have expanded both the precision of imaging techniques and the interpretive possibilities for black and white imagery.
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Mastering Black And White Digital Photography

Author : Michael Freeman
ISBN : 1579907075
Genre : Photography
File Size : 58.33 MB
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Black and white has an enduring appeal that just keeps on growing. Above all, it's a medium for the fine print--one that benefits immeasurably from digital technology and inkjet printers. Written by a photographer well-known for his ability to explain complex digital concepts to a variety of audiences, this essential guide on the art of black and white is packed with information, hints, and tips, along with a plethora of stunning images. Discover how our colorful world translates into black and white and how to create a stunning monotone image. See how to render colors as gray tones and how to manipulate the tonality for dramatic effect. Experiment with high contrast, infrared, and pseudo non-silver looks. You won't believe the wonderful results you'll achieve.
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Creative Black And White Photography

Author : Bernhard J. Suess
ISBN : UOM:39015056910048
Genre : Photography
File Size : 40.50 MB
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The revised edition of this guide teaches photographers to systematically re-think the photographic process and take their technique to a new level. The author introduces an array of advanced techniques and concepts and explains how to use them creatively to solve a wide range of challenging aesthetic problems. The uses of sophisticated techniques involving film exposure and development control, camera filters, innovative uses of print contrasts, dodging and burning, and bleaching are illustrated step-by-step using comparative sequences of black-and-white pictures. In addition, a new chapter provides insight into the issue of digital vs. traditional black-and-white photography from an insider's perspective.
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Mastering Photographic Composition Creativity And Personal Style

Author : Alain Briot
ISBN : 9781457100697
Genre : Photography
File Size : 81.28 MB
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Alain Briot states that, "The personality of the photographer must be present in the image for an artistic photograph to have value." And in this book he sets out to teach the things that are essential in achieving this goal. Following his successful first book, Mastering Landscape Photography, Briot goes beyond the conventional rules of composition and takes on a fresh, new approach to teaching the art of photography. Based upon his personal experiences as an artist, teacher, and photographer, he opens new doors to the reader-doors leading to new ways of seeing and composing images. Briot approaches fine art photography as being a combination of art and technique. In this new book he addresses both of these by presenting artistic and technical information. On the artistic side, Briot introduces artistic concepts that have been rarely, if ever, associated with photography. On the technical side, he presents numerous tools that can help you learn how to create better photographs and provides technical solutions to common photographic problems. The author practices photography as a fine art. What matters most to him is how photography can be used to express feelings and emotions. For Briot, a good photograph must be both artistically inspired and technically excellent. To have just one of these two elements is not enough for a fine art photograph to be successful. Topics include: - How to compose with color, with black and white, and with light - Why you need to consider your audience while composing a photograph - Recreate the emotions you felt when you captured your photographs - How the elements of color-hue, contrast, and saturation-work in your images - How to control the elements that have a visual effect in your photographs - How to draw upon your personal way of seeing and then share your vision - How to diagnose image maladies and apply the proper remedies - How to define a color palette for a specific photograph - How to use compositional elements to develop a personal style Forweword by Tony Sweet
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Mastering Wildlife Photography

Author : Richard Garvey-Williams
ISBN : 9781781452165
Genre : Photography
File Size : 61.67 MB
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Aimed at beginners, Foundation Course: Black & White Photography is part of a structured series of tutorials that explain the basic skills and techniques of photography in relation to a specific subject area. Written by experts, each book is divided into six main sections: Basics, Lessons, Revision, Project, Analysis and Progress. This chapter explains the concept of photography in a concise, easy-to-follow manner. There's information on the types of camera, lenses, tripods, filters and other useful accessories; the basics of exposure, metering, aperture and shutter speed, ISO, dynamic range, histograms, exposure compensation and using filters. There's also information on colour and composition, including the effects of light, the effects of colour on the perception of a photograph, plus how this changes when shooting black and white.
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Digital Masters

Author : George DeWolfe
ISBN : 1600591655
Genre : Photography
File Size : 59.70 MB
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George DeWolfe is a master of the fine print: he studied with photographic geniuses Ansel Adams and Minor White, and worked as a consultant to the most significant companies in the digital photography world. Now, he passes on his considerable expertise to all, in a breathtaking new DIGITAL MASTERS guide that combines artistic concepts for taking beautiful photographs with an array of practical techniques. With interest in black-and-white exploding, digital photographers will rush to take advantage of the knowledge he imparts.
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The Complete Guide To Night And Lowlight Photography

Author : Michael Freeman
ISBN : 1600592066
Genre : Photography
File Size : 84.43 MB
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Aimed at serious photographers, this lavishly illustrated guide takes a close look at every detail of lowlight photography. Michael Freeman (The Complete Guide to Digital Photography, Mastering Digital Black & White Photography) offers in-depth analysis of the many techniques photographers must master for night and lowlight shooting. Point by point, he discusses how to keep the camera steady, what lenses and camera settings to use, and how to best apply flash, bracketing, image-stabilizing, vibration reduction, and noise reduction. He also outlines common lowlight situations, from stormy weather and deep shade to twilight, moonlight, city lights, and nightclubs. Finally, Freeman examines software programs and processes that will increase the quality of lowlight photographs.
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Monochromatic Hdr Photography Shooting And Processing Black White High Dynamic Range Photos

Author : Harold Davis
ISBN : 9781135008567
Genre : Photography
File Size : 86.90 MB
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Update: The Kindle version of Monochromatic HDR Photography: Shooting and Processing Black & White High Dynamic Range Photos currently available for sale has been corrected and updated to address formatting issues. Monochromatic HDR Photography is the first book intended to show photographers how to work at the intersection of two up-and-coming trends that are at the forefront of the digital revolution: Black & White and High Dynamic Range imaging. The book explains techniques for extending dynamic range, monochromatic conversion methods and best practices where the two technologies intersect. Since successful digital monochromatic image creation generally requires using the color information inherent in RAW exposures, most case studies will be presented in full color. In addition, Monochromatic HDR Photography provides extensive coverage of the creative vision required to successfully create monochromatic HDR images and the workflow necessary to make art prints from this specialized image making technique.
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