A Comprehensive Guide to Digital Close-up Photography

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Bloomsbury Academic, Aug 1, 2005 - Photography - 144 pages
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Macro and close-up photography has been revolutionised by recent developments in digital media. In the past, expensive equipment was the only means of producing high-quality macro images. Nowadays digital cameras are able to focus at much shorter distances without the use of specialist lenses and spectacular results can be produced simply and cost effectively. In this, the latest addition to AVA's Digital Photography series, digital enhancement processes are explored through stunning images and the structure 'Shoot', 'Enhance' and 'Enjoy'. These images, in both black and white and colour, will cover all well-known aspects of digital photography such as flowers and insects, as well as including some more surprising subjects such as body parts and microscopic water imagery. The numerous stages of digital manipulation are clearly and concisely described. This informative and inspirational book will prove essential reading for both the budding digital photographer and the professional alike.

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About the author (2005)

John Clements is both a professional photographer and a consultant for a number of photographic companies, such as Nikon UK. He has written extensively for some of the UK's leading photography publications including The British Journal of Photography, Practical Photography and PC Pro. He is the author of three of AVA's digital titles including the extremely popular Intermediate Guide to Digital Photography.

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