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Digital Photographer's Handbookby Tom Ang
Synopses & Reviews
Suitable for all level of techniques, this is the ultimate photographic handbook for the 21st century! This handbook encourages traditional photographers to experiment with new technology while inspiring experienced users to reach new heights. Readers learn how to get the most out of this new technology that's transforming the world of photography. From improving casual snapshots to learning the secrets of lighting, composition, and digital image manipulation, this book provides a practical, yet in-depth approach on producing better photographs. The Digital Photographer's Handbook includes comprehensive information on the most up-to-date equipment, software, and accessories.
Book News Annotation:
This guide covers the traditional concerns of film photography (excepting film development of course) and provides further advice on the techniques and strategies made available by digital cameras and computer image manipulation. Ang (photographic practice, U. of Westminster, UK) discusses equipment; image selection and composition; quick camera fixes to common problems; photographic subject ideas; image manipulation; and placing photographs on the web; in portfolios, in publications, and in studios. A large number of illustrations and example photographs are provided throughout.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
About the Author
Tom Ang has worked as photo editor on many magazines. He is the winner of the Thomas Cook Travel Book Award for photography, and the author of Digital Photography, Silver Pixel, and The Tao of Photography.
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