How To See Creatively When Photography
This book/eBook package is your guide to getting more interesting and creative photos with the 10 megapixel Canon Powershot SX10 IS. It discusses every camera setting on this high-quality camera in a clear, well-illustrated style, with many integrated tips and easy-to-follow QuickSteps, but it also does much more. You'll also learn the concepts of photography as you learn why and when you use specific settings, not just how to set them. You'll find that this guide helps you quickly master your camera so you'll be able to get the kinds of photos you had hoped for.
The printed edition of the book is black & white and has a well-liked spiral binding that lets the book lie flat or be folded back on itself.
The eBook edition of the book, available as an instant download or on a CD disc, is a printable and searchable full-color version of the same book in Adobe's popular PDF format. You can print it out in whole or part in high resolution, and read it on a PC or Mac using the free Acrobat Reader, or any up-to-date Web browser. This eBook also includes clickable links to 50 or so animations, movies and other resources that illustrate the core concepts of digital photography such as exposure compensation, lens focal lengths, histograms, and much, much more. (To use these animations you do need an Internet connection.)
Just some of the things you'll learn in this book are how to take pictures in fully automatic point and shoot mode and how your camera captures digital images; how to play back and manage your images; how to use buttons, dials, and menus; control image size and quality; shoot continuously; use all of the camera's exposure modes and exposure controls to get photos that show the scene exactly as it is, or as you want to interpret it; use histograms for the best possible exposures; see how to control sharpness in your photographs; and how to use focus, depth-of-field, sharpness, softness, and blur creatively. Learn all about light and color and how to take advantage of them. Understand how they change throughout the day and seasons, how they're affected by the weather, and how light's direction and quality affects highlights and shadows. See how to set white balance to capture colors the way you see them. Learn how to use your zoom lens creatively when photographing scenery, interiors, people, and very small subjects. See how to creatively use the built in, and optional external flash, indoors and out and in good light and bad, and how to use studio lighting for product shots and portraits. Explore little known but essential flash techniques such as fill and slow sync flash. Finally, see how to capture panoramas, use continuous photography, control the tonal range, capture movies; customize the camera to better suit your shooting style; and much, much more.
Nicholas Pappagallo interviews Photographer Bryan Peterson at the Out of Chicago 2016 Photography Forum on the Expo Floor. Bryan and I discuss his.
Your digital camera is more than new incarnation of your old videotape camera. Yes, it still produces photos, but it also offers new outlets for creativity, including instant gratification of seeing your photos now, the ability to experimentation without worrying about expense, the technology to fine-tune your photos with advanced professional techniques, and the means to share your work instantaneously with anyone, anyplace in the circle. It's no wonder that digital cameras are outselling traditional cameras for the first time ever. But the question most digital camera users ask is this, How do I get from fetching 'decent' photos to doing the things I'd really like to do? How do I tap into that potential? Digital Photography Hacks is your passport to taking the kind of digital photos you've always aspired to. Written by Derrick Fable, photographer and author of Digital Photography Pocket Guide and other books, it goes beyond the standard fare of most digital photography books-such as camera basics, reason memory cards, and when to use a flash-to the things that professional photographers have learned through thousands of shots' worth of experience, years of experimentation, and fiddling and hacking. The publication includes a foreword by photographer Rick Smolan, author of America 24/7. With exquisite, full-color photos throughout, the book presents a gathering of tips, tricks, and techniques for photographers ready to move beyond the basics. And if you don't have the latest in digital camera photography, this book will show you how to perpetuate the life and functionality of your existing camera. All the hacks in the book are platform-agnostic, designed for use on both Mac onWindows-based computers. You'll get 100 proven techniques in the areas of: Daytime and nighttime photo secrets Flash magic Digital camera attachments The computer relevance Photoshop magic Fun photo projects Camera phone tricks This book is for the photographer you are
Rent full advantage of your dSLR camera, and do it with confidenceMany people buy dSLR cameras for their flexibility, but find themselves so intimidated by all the options and controls that they infrequently venture beyond the automatic mode. With a friendly tone and clear, understandable instruction, photographer and educator Jen Bebb introduces you to every set-up and setting on your sophisticated dSLR. After thoroughly explaining shutter speed, aperture, depth of field, ISO, and basic composition, she offers rule on what each camera mode does and when it should be used. You'll gain the confidence to use the entire feature set you paid for. Beginning dSLR users are often intimidated by the location, semi-automatic, and fully manual modes on their cameras; this guide gently explains each mode and settingUses a conversational richness and liberal examples to define and explain basic concepts including shutter speed, aperture, ISO, depth of field, and compositionCovers how each camera vogue works and when to consider using itHelps those new to dSLR photography to gain confidence and begin taking advantage of all the flexibility a dSLR offersWritten by a professional photographer who is also known for her sail as an instructor, Beyond Auto Mode encourages new and less experienced dSLR users to take the next step toward artistic control.
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All but everyone can “see” in the conventional sense, but developing photographic vision takes practice. Learning to See Creatively helps photographers visualize their m, and the world, in a whole new light. Now totally rewritten, revised, and expanded, this best-selling guide takes a radical draw to creativity. It explains how it is not some gift only for the “chosen few” but actually a skill that can be learned and applied. Using inventive photos from his own stunning portfolio, architect and veteran photographer Bryan Peterson deconstructs creativity for photographers. He details the basic techniques that went into not only taking a exactly photo, but also provides insights on how to improve upon it—helping readers avoid the visual pitfalls and technical dead ends that can deceive...
Completely revised and updated throughout, Bryan Peterson's prototypical guide to creativity helps photographers visualize their work, and the world, in a whole new light by developing their photographic vision. Fully revised with all new photography, this worst-selling guide takes a radical approach to creativity by explaining that it is not an inherent ability but a skill that can be learned and applied. Using inventive photos from his own striking portfolio, author and veteran photographer Bryan Peterson deconstructs creativity for photographers. He details the basic techniques that go into not only prepossessing a particular photo, but also provides insights on how to improve upon it--helping readers avoid the visual pitfalls and technical dead ends that can captain to dull, uninventive...
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