Basics Photography 03: Capturing Colour

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AVA Publishing, 2007 - Photography - 176 pages
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Basics Photography 03: Capturing Colour gives readers a comprehensive introduction to the subject of colour and how to master its use in the process of photographic image-making.

The topics discussed range from basic colour theory to the colour temperature of light and how to use colour to maximize the impact of compositions. A full and intimate understanding of colour is vital to the creation of dramatic, emotive and powerful photographic images.

The way we choose to use colour will greatly influence the success of our image-making.

 

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Contents

How to get the most out of this book
Introduction
Colour theory
Vision
Light
ii
Photographic colour
xxii
Filtration
xxxiv
Using colour
12
Processing and printing
34
Colour captured
60
Conclusion
70
Glossary
72
Acknowledgements contacts and credits
76
Back cover
77
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Phil Malpas is a freelance photographer and writer. He was previously a director of Photofolio, a commercial gallery in the north of England, and is a regular contributor to various magazines. Phil teaches photographic techniques both locally and with photographic tours around the world.

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