Photography Exposure, 2nd edition, is a comprehensive guide to the theory of exposure, explaining the fundamental relationship between the photographic. Composition, lighting and exposure are fundamental elements of the photographer’s toolkit. Being able By: David Präkel Media of Basics Photography Box Set. Basics Photography Lighting by David Prakel, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Composition, lighting and exposure are fundamental elements of the photographer’s toolkit. Being able to organize space within the photographic frame, control and use different types of light and manipulate photographic variables such as shutter speed and aperture to your own ends is the mark of a true photographer.
With easy-to-read text, clear diagrams for quick reference, inspiring case studies and practical exercises, the Basics Photography Box Set offers a complete guide to creating stunning photographic images. Together, the books cover topics such as: Lighting Chapter 1: Basic theory; Colour theory; Exposure ; Case study: The lightmeter; Polarized light ; Case study: The colour temperature meter ; Imaging at the ends of the spectrum; Exercise: Using a colour checker.
Daylight; Evening light; Night; Case study: The seasons; Effect of location; Exercise: Flames; Incandescent lamps; Fluorescent light; Street lighting; Case study: Camera supports; Neon light; Gig photography; Exercise: Continuous light; Flash; Case study: Studios; Shaping light; Building light; Exercise: Lighting ratios; Rembrandt lighting; Butterfly lighting; Commercial lighting; Case study: Quality of light; Revealing shape; Revealing form; Revealing texture; Revealing tone and colour; Experimenting with light; Exercise: Working in Black and White How to get the most out of this book.
The art of black and white: Capturing black and white: Printing to match the contrast of the film; Fixed-grade and variable-contrast papers; Scanning film; Local exposure control; Paper choice; Contact printing; Digital negatives; Liquid emulsion; Colour to black and white; Greyscale conversions; Products for a ‘film’ look; Black-only printing; The future.
Basics Photography Box Set (Basics Photography) David Präkel: Fairchild Books
Pralel Digital toning; Duotones, tritones and quadtones; Oils, pastels and pencils on prints; Digital hand rendering. Exposure How to get the most out of this book.
Light itself; What is good exposure? Shutter speed and time: Aperture and depth of field: Acknowledgements and image credits. The fairest comparison would be to place this book alongside any of Michael Freeman’s equally vital publications, and that is high praise indeed.
If you’re looking for a jolt bwsics inspiration, this is the perfect book for you. I am intending to put this onto the reading list for the modules in the 1st semester of the 2nd year and to recommend it to the first year tutor for his reading lists.
Photography Exposure (Basics Photography) David Präkel: Fairchild Books