Achieving the Ultimate Image

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Amherst Media, 1998 - Photography - 124 pages
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This troubleshooting guide will steer photographers of all skill levels around the common mistakes and problems that separate amateur photographers from professional ones. Topics include lenses, filters, exposure metering systems, and electronic filters and flashes, as well as perspective, depth of field, focusing, and distortion. Beyond the basic mechanics, this book offers a comprehensive approach to aesthetics, including selecting engaging subjects and creating effective composition.

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CHAPTER FIVE
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Ernst Wildi is the author of "Composition Techniques from a Master Photographer," "Creating World-Class Photography," "Photographic Lenses," and "Step-by-Step Composition Techniques for Digital Photographers," He lives in Watchung, New Jersey.

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