Photography and the art of seeing
PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE ART OF SEEING, familiarizes readers with the traditional principles of composition and visual design. However, Patterson provides technique & exercises for breaking with traditional concepts.
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amputated appear back lighting balance basic camera position centre of interest choose components of form composition contrast corner create perspective dark tones deformation Dennis Mills depth of field develop dominant effective expression Elements of visual emotional example exercises in thinking exposure expresses the theme expressive power expressive qualities eyes feel fern film flowers focus foreground frame Frederick Franck Freeman Patterson horizontal hues ideas imagination important labels lens flare light meter light tones look middle grey mood move movement objects oblique lines observe overexpose pattern perceive perception photographer's picture area picture space principles of visual recognize relaxed attentiveness response scene sense of depth shadows shapes shoot shutter side lighting simply situation slides subject matter expresses subject or theme suggests Susan Sontag symbolic techniques telephoto lens tension texture things thinking sideways tree tripod vertical viewers visual design visual elements visual thinking wide-angle lens