A Comprehensive Guide to Digital Close-up Photography

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Bloomsbury Academic, Aug 1, 2005 - Photography - 144 pages
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Without expensive specialized equipment, novice and advanced photographers alike can capture extraordinary digital images of the hidden details that make up our world. More than 300 images are explored using a method called "Shoot, Enhance and Enjoy." During the "Shoot" phase, photographers learn the technical and creative steps required to best capture the desired image. The "Enhance" stage offers insight into using photo editing software to modify and process the image. And finally, "Enjoy" shows how to print and share images with maximum impact and minimum fuss. From setting up basic macro shots of flowers and insects to obtaining more advanced images through microscopic water imagery and digital process enhancements, this full-color illustrated guide provides quality technical instruction.

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John Clements has practiced cut-and-thrust swordsmanship for almost 20 years and trains regularly in long-sword, sword and shield, sword and buckler, sword and dagger, Medieval spear, and rapier and dagger methods. He lectures on historical weaponry and is an ardent promoter of contact-weapon sparring with historical replica swords.

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