Basic Photography

Basic Photography

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'Basic Photography' is a longstanding international bestseller and continues to be the introductory textbook for photography courses throughout the world. Key features: practical assignments, so you can put into practice what you've learned chapter summaries for easy revision a clear and concise approach to essential photographic principles, assuming no prior knowledge comprehensive coverage of both black and white photography, processing and printing; colour photography, digital manipulation and film processing suitability for students of all ages and all photographic courses This new edition now includes: extended coverage of digital imaging techniques: from capturing images digitally, to scanning and using manipulation software and the ethics involved updated and re-structured contents to suit the new Art (Photography) A Level hundreds of stunning full colour photographs throughout illustrating the main points from the text inspirational images from world famous photographers including: Bill Brandt; Henri Cartier-Bresson; Edward Weston and David Hockney. The late Michael Langford formerly taught at the Royal College of Art for many years, becoming Course Director. He was intimately involved with photography courses and examination syllabuses at all levels and as a result fully understood what a student needed. His other books for Focal Press include 'Starting Photography' 2nd edition, 'Advanced Photography' 6th edition, and 'Story of Photography' 2nd edition. 'Advanced Photography' is the companion volume to 'Basic Photography', and for students wishing to progress further, will take the aspiring photographer a step forward on the ladder to a career in photography. Practically targeted at the new A-level syllabus so you can improve your technical skills Get up to date with what's on offer, the advantages and disadvantages of digital photography New, practical step-by-step instruction on digital imagingA camera meter located behind the lens may read light off the film surface during time exposures, and for flash. Here it ... measured by flash meter (most practical with studio units), or a sensor on a self-regulating flashgun, or the cameraa#39;s TTL system in circuit with a dedicated gun. Electronic flash synchronization (X sync) suits between-lens shutters at all speeds. ... If this is not offered make the camera settings correct for existing light and reduce the flash to 25 per cent correct output .

Title:Basic Photography
Author:Michael Langford
Publisher:Taylor & Francis - 2000


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