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New Introductory Photography Courseby John Hedgecoe
Synopses & Reviews
John Hedgecoe teaches the skills of a professional to the beginner, and inspires the self-confidence to take on any aspect of photography, through guided projects and over 400 examples of his own work.
The new photographer first learns the secrets of the camera's make-up and its use. Then all the most popular photographic subjects are covered in 65 easy-to-follow projects, beginning with how to put together the components of a picture and how to make the most of lighting. The photographer will then learn how to photograph nature, still life and dramatic landscapes, to tackle cityscapes, action and architecture shots, to capture candid portraits and to experiment with the range of possibilities in black and white photography.
A section on how to process and print photographs is included, showing how to set up a darkroom, and it is followed by a technical guide offering quick-reference data and advice on identifying and solving picture-taking faults from finished prints.
Includes 65 easy-to-follow projects
Illustrated with over 400 examples of the author's work
Table of Contents
How to Use a Camera; Projects: Elements of Picture Design; Exposure and Lighting; Landscape and Nature; Close-Up Photography; Architecture and City Life; People and Portraits; Black and White Photography; Still Life; Sport and Action; Assignments; Special Situations; Processing and Printing; Technical Guide; Glossary ; Index; Acknowledgements
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