Technique of Photographic Lighting

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Amphoto, 2009 - Photography - 192 pages
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The definitive guide to achieving artistic and commercial success in modern architectural photography–from industry leader Norman McGrath. Looking to achieve artistic and commercial success in architectural photography? Norman McGrath’s long-awaited guide is the only one you’ll need. Here, McGrath fully revamps and expands on the basics covered in Photographing Buildings Inside and Out to include the most up-to-date information–from changes in the industry to equipment, techniques, and technologies.

Architectural Photography covers it all: interiors, exteriors, skyscrapers, residential, office buildings, restaurants and hotels, religious buildings, museums, historic buildings, and specialized subjects such as staircases, sculpture, and ceilings. It also includes master McGrath’s sage, real-world advice. Most important, this guide is filled with spectacular and often iconic photography that captures the power and impact of these spaces–the ultimate goal of the architectural photographer.

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Contents

Introduction
6
The Light and Shade Relationship
20
Light and Emotion
31
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

NORMAN MCGRATH's photographs have appeared in Architectural Digest, Architectural Record, Progressive Architecture, Domus, Interior Design, Interiors, HG, New York, Life, and Art in America. His clients include the Museum of Modern Art, the New York Philharmonic, Schlumberger, and many others.

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