The Digital Slr Expert Landscapes

Author: Various
Editor: David & Charles
ISBN: 9780715329405
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Build and Refine Your In-Camera and Photoshop Skills with This Authoritative and Visually Stunning Guide to Capturing Incredible Landscape Photographs Practical demonstrations, step-by-step examples and invaluable secrets from five leading professional photographers show you how to use your digital SLR to its full potential. Darwin Wiggett, David Noton, William Neill, Tom Mackie and Tony Worobiec tackle subjects key to taking great landscape images: controlling exposure; understanding light; composing shots; choosing the perfect location and working in black and white. Breathtaking photography showcases a wide variety of landscape locations from coasts to mountains, cities to countryside and deserts to forests, highlighting the versatility and full potential of digital photography.

Strategies For Landscape Representation

Author: Paul Cureton
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317377648
File Size: 48,16 MB
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Strategies for Landscape Representation discusses a variety of digital and analogue production techniques for the representation of landscape at multiple scales. Careful consideration is required to represent time, and to ensure accuracy of representation and evaluation in the landscape. Written as a guide for making appropriate selection of a wide variety of visualisation tools for students and built environment professionals with an interest in landscape, the book charts emerging technologies and historical contexts whilst also being relevant to landscape legislation such as Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Landscape Assessment. This book is an innovation-driven text that encourages readers to make connections between software, technology and analogue modes. The management, choice and combination of such modes can arguably narrow the unknown of landscape character, address the issues of representing time and change in landscape and engage and represent communities’ perceptions and experience of landscape. Showcasing international examples from landscape architecture, planning, urban design and architecture, artists, visualisers, geographers, scientists and model makers, the vitality of making and intrinsic value of representational work in these processes and sites is evidenced. An accompanying companion website provides access to original source files and tutorials totalling over a hundred hours in mapping and GIS, diagrams and notation, photomontage, 3D modelling and 3D printing.

Insight Guides Travel Photography

Author: Insight Guides
Editor: Apa Publications (UK) Limited
ISBN: 1780056281
File Size: 19,91 MB
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To mark the 40th anniversary of Insight Guides, the leading publisher of visual travel guides, we are publishing our very own Insight Guide to Travel Photography. This practical and informative guide will appeal to keen amateurs as well as complete beginners and covers everything from the history of travel photography to digital processing and the sharing and selling of your own images. The guide features expert advice on how to capture stunning photographs whatever the time of day or year, helped by our destination calendar which conveniently highlights when places are at their most photogenic. Illustrated sections explore all aspects of technique from lighting and composition to camera settings, exposure and lenses. 'The Journey' section explores every kind of travel photography, including Setting Out, Landscapes, Elements and Skyscapes, The Built Environment, People, Wildlife, Details and Close-ups, Transport and Active Pursuits. A section offering tips on how to establish a rapport with people and photograph them successfully and respectfully in their environment in order to gain a greater insight into their world is entirely unique to this guide. Authoritative feature essays focus on areas such as 'Capturing the Soul', 'The Family of Man' and 'Flash Photography'. The handy 'At Home' section provides invaluable advice for preparing for your trip, including what to take and planning the journey, local customs, insurance and protecting your camera. There is also plenty of tips for processing, including how to download safely and getting the most from your images. A full and extensive glossary also details technical jargon, for anything you may need to know. This inspirational and practical guide is of a portable size making it a useful on-the-spot handbook, yet comprehensive enough to be a wonderful reference guide at home.

The Essential Guide To Landscape Photography

Author: Daniel Lezano
Editor: Much-in-Little
ISBN: 9781907232503
File Size: 36,48 MB
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This updated edition of the popular MagBook produced by the experts at Digital SLR Magazine, is the most comprehensive and useful guide for photographers of all levels looking to capture compelling landscape images. Filled with expert advice, inspirational images and authoritative gear reviews, this publication provides all the information you'll need to become a master landscape photographer and shoot images like a pro Content: Introduction to Landscapes * Composition * Exposure *Sharpness * Lighting * Filters * Water in Landscapes * Colour * Expert Gems to Seasons * Landscape Gear * UK Location Guide.

Digital Slr Expert

Author: Mark Cleghorn
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Offers subject-specific advice from five professionals that specialize in portrait photography. This title includes chapters that cover working with people, composition, posing, indoor and outdoor lighting techniques and wedding photography as well as key Photoshop processes and printing tips.|This title provides subject-specific advice from five leading professionals that specialize in portrait photography. The chapters cover working with people, composition, posing, indoor and outdoor lighting techniques and wedding photography plus key Photoshop processes and printing tips. This work features breathtaking professional photography from Mark Cleghorn, Matt Hoyle, Eamonn McCabe, Steve Shipman and Bjorn Thomassen. Showcasing excellent work and explaining digital photography techniques key to getting great portraits of all types, "Digital SLR Expert: Portraits" is as instructive as it is inspirational.

American Photo

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American Photo

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Landscape Photography

Author: Steve Watkins
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ISBN: 9781907708015
File Size: 19,51 MB
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This new series of Expanded Guides focuses on photographic techniques not only to give you a comprehensive grounding in the subject but also to take you a step further to enable you to get much more from your photography. Expert advice, with useful hints and tips, is given by professional photographers, using practical examples of techniques for clarity, illustrated in full colour with the aid of clear diagrams and charts. Landscape Photography is a detailed guide to capturing outstanding images in the great outdoors, using today's sophisticated digital SLR and compact digital cameras. From choosing the correct camera, lenses, filters and outdoor photographic accessories to the practicalities of gauging the weather, tide times, and the optimum time of day to shoot, this comprehensive handbook discusses the theory and technicalities of exposure, composition, light and colour. You'll learn all about getting creative with panoramas, abstracts and using flash outdoors, with essential information on slow shutter speeds and panning. Expert advice describes the preparation and techniques for shooting in the field in a wide variety of outdoor locations: from mountains, coastlines, deserts and jungles, to lakes, waterfalls, rivers, clouds, flowers and trees - plus how to successfully photograph people and animals in the landscape.

Mastering Digital Slr Photography

Author: David D. Busch
Editor: Course Technology
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Currently with no other book on digital SLR photography, photo enthusiasts have had to rely on books that concentrate only on aspects of the technology that are peripherally related to picture-taking. This book uniquely concentrates on creative techniques for the digital SLR photographer. Photography with Digital SLR and “SLR-like” cameras isn't exactly like conventional film SLR photography; nor is it exactly like digital photography with non-SLR cameras. DSLRs have special advantages, special features, and special problems that need to be addressed and embraced. In addition, users of these cameras tend to expect more from their photography and crave the kind of information that will let them wring every ounce of creativity out of their equipment. Anyone who has a Windows PC or Macintosh and a digital SLR camera will find advanced techniques in this book. Readers will cover various aspects of DSLRs including: why DSLRs work best for creative posing for group and individual portraits, using DSLRs to capture close-up scenes on the desktop using the digital camera's special capabilities, how to get great travel photos with a DSLR, and how to archive them when far from a computer.

How To Take Perfect Scrapbook Pictures

Author: Joann Zocchi
Editor: Memory Makers
ISBN: 9781892127402
File Size: 56,35 MB
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A guide on how to improve scrapbook results using better-quality pictures discusses most-recommended supplies and equipment, providing before-and-after examples that demonstrate the proper application of a range of techniques as well as skill-building activity suggestions. Original.

Learn Slr Photography

Author: Chris Rutter
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Popular Photography

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Pc Magazine

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How To Do Everything Digital Photography

Author: Jason R. Rich
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071754725
File Size: 38,40 MB
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Take Great Digital Photos Every Time! Filled with high-color photographs, How to Do Everything: Digital Photography shows you how to capture professional-quality photos using any digital camera--from a smartphone or point-and-shoot camera to an advanced digital SLR camera. Learn how to take better pictures right away using a variety of techniques for photo composition, lighting, and creativity. You'll also get tips on photo editing, printing, and archiving, as well as avoiding common mistakes that result in poor-quality images. Improve your photographic skills in no time with help from this comprehensive, hands-on guide. Learn digital camera basics and select the best camera, equipment, and accessories for your needs Master the fundamentals of photo composition Use professional lighting and flash techniques Shoot eye-catching outdoor photos in any weather condition Take portraits and candid shots of people and pets Capture stunning vacation photographs Take professional-quality photos of sporting and action-oriented events Shoot digital video and publish it online Transfer digital images to your computer Digitally fix, edit, and improve your images Use photo editing software, as well as plug-ins, add-ons, and accessories Print high-quality photos or publish your work on the Web Catalog, organize, back up, and archive your images

American Photo

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Nikon D3500 For Dummies

Author: Julie Adair King
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119561833
File Size: 76,92 MB
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Use your Nikon D3500 camera like the pros Capturing frame-worthy photos is no easy feat — until now! Inside, author Julie King shares her experience as a professional photographer and photography teacher to help you get picture-perfect landscapes, portraits, action shots, and more with your Nikon D3500 digital SLR camera. It takes more than a good eye and an amazing camera to get shots like the pros. With the help of Nikon D3500 For Dummies, you’ll find all the expert advice and know-how you need to unlock your camera’s capabilities to their fullest potential. From working with the basics of lighting and exposure to making sense of your camera’s fanciest features, you’ll be snapping professional-grade photos in a flash! Learn the five essential options for shooting quality photos Understand the settings that control exposure Take charge of color and focus features Put your skills together to shoot portraits, close-ups, and action shots Whether you’re shooting in automatic mode, scene mode, or manual mode, you’ll get all the guidance you need to take photos you’ll be proud to share.

Photography And Your Digital World

Author: Peter Cope
Editor: Thunder Bay Press
ISBN: 9781592235469
File Size: 58,93 MB
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Following the highly successful Digital Photography Manual, the complementary Photography and Your Digital World concentrates on image-editing and image manipulation, to provide a complete resource aimed at all levels of expertise. Highly practical with a results-oriented approach, the book looks at image creation from both a photographic and artistic viewpoint. The creation of images is examined holistically -- all the components of the process, including the original image, the software tools and the user's skill and creativity are examined and seen to contribute to the end result. Techniques and effects are given in the context of producing exemplary results, and creative solutions are presented for typical imaging problems. Taking a generic approach to software packages wherever possible, the low emphasis on individual software packages will prevent this title from dating quickly, allowing it to retain credibility as new software is developed.

Electronics Buying Guide

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British Journal Of Photography

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Interpretation For The 21st Century

Author: Larry Beck
Editor: Sagamore Pub Llc
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File Size: 62,66 MB
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This book is uplifting and inspiring as it enhances the reader's understanding of how to compellingly interpret our cultural and natural legacy. The 15 guiding principles set forth in this book will assist anyone who works in parks, forests, wildlife refuges, zoos, museums, historic areas, nature centres, and tourism sites to more effectively, and joyously, conduct their work. This book, updated and in its second edition, has been used internationally and has been translated into Chinese. It serves as inspirational reading for students in environmental education, forestry, conservation, history, communications, outdoor recreation, and park management.