An Intermediate Guide to Digital Photography

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Bloomsbury Academic, Apr 28, 2004 - Photography - 144 pages
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Reach the next level of digital photography skill by studying the work of professionals from all over the world. Each example is analyzed in three areas: capturing the image (shoot), refining to achieve desired results (enhance), and notes and tips on end format (enjoy). Throughout the text, an emphasis is placed on the principles that constitute a great shot, and all subject matter is provided in non-technical language and supported by hundreds of inspirational color photos. Additional intermediate topics, such as mastering monochrome and working with surreal and conceptual images, make this the ideal resource for those who hope to reach a high level of proficiency in this exciting new medium.

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User Review  - slsmith101 - LibraryThing

This is an early collection of digital photographs from mostly amature photographers to illustrate various editing techniques. See my photo on page 71. Read full review

About the author (2004)

John Clements is a professional photographer specialising in digital photography, as well as consultant and trainer for a number of photographic companies, such as Nikon UK. He has written extensively for leading photography magazines and currently writes on a monthly basis for 'British Journal of Photography', 'Practical Photography' and 'PC Pro'.

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