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Architectural Photography: Composition, Capture, and Digital Image Processingby Adrian Schulz
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Architectural photography is more than simply choosing a subject and pressing the shutter-release button; it's more than just documenting a project. An architectural photograph shows the form and appeal of a building far better than any other medium. With the advent of the digital photographic workflow, architects are discovering exciting new opportunities to present and market their work.
This second edition has been extensively revised and includes 80 new images and illustrations, as well as an expanded chapter on shooting interior spaces. Also included is an updated discussion of post-processing techniques and the latest technical developments in the world of photography. With this book, you will learn a variety of creative tips, tricks, and guidelines for making the perfect architectural image.
Book News Annotation:
Architect and photographer Schulz offers a guide to architectural photography for amateur and professional photographers. He covers camera technology, including digital cameras and their advantages and disadvantages, types, lenses, and accessories; shooting techniques, including perspective, converging verticals, camera standpoint, the effects of focal length, image formats, composition and framing, camera settings, filters, external factors, creative tips and tricks, and solutions to common problems; and image processing, with discussion of digital image formats, RAW conversion, post-processing, panoramas, HDR and DRI images. This edition has been revised to include 80 new images and illustrations, an expanded chapter on shooting interior spaces, and updated discussion of post-processing techniques and recent technical developments in photography. Distributed by O'Reilly Media. Annotation ©2012 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
About the Author
Adrian Schulz lives in Berlin, Germany and received a degree in architecture from TU Berlin. Early in his studies, he became interested in architectural photography, and thus it became the subject of his thesis. Adrian now works as a professional architectural photographer both in Germany and North America.
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