Photographing Pattern & Design in Nature: A Close-up Guide
Aimed at people who have used a camera before but are looking to expand their knowledge, this book covers camera choice, the use of lenses, composition and the consideration of light and exposure. It also looks at types of pattern, symmetry and texture through the use of photos.
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ammonite arranged backlighting balance bilateral symmetry blue bridge cameras button camera back parallel camera lens catkins caves centre close-up colour wheel contrast curve daylight depth of field diffused digital cameras digital compact camera DSLR earth’s example Exposure 1/125th sec Exposure 1/60th sec eyepiece f16 ISO f22 ISO f8 ISO fern filter flash unit flowers focal length frame frond frontal lighting fruits and seeds golden section graphic design graphic elements green highlight horse chestnut image sensor ISO setting LCD screen leaf leaves lens aperture lenses macro lens manual focusing memory card metering microscope ofthe overall owl butterfly pattern phloem Photographed indoors Photographed outdoors picture pixels produce radial symmetry range resulting rocks shape sharp focus shell shutter speed side lighting SLR camera spiral stem structure sunlight surface telephoto telephoto lens texture tiny tree tripod tripod-mounted camera trunk tube usually viewfinder xylem yellow zoom