Designing a Photograph: Visual Techniques for Making Your Photographs Work

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Amphoto Books, Jan 1, 2001 - Photography - 144 pages
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During the 15 years since the first edition ofDesigning a Photographwas published, the field of photography has become much more competitive, with much more sophisticated standards. This revised and updated edition of the classic manual provides all the information photographers need to bring their art to the next level. Filled with practical, real-life examples and excellent step-by-step exercises, this valuable reference demonstrates techniques of composition, color, lighting, perspective, and more. With completely updated information and more than 150 brand-new photographs,Designing a Photographis easily one of the most important additions to every photographer’s library. “Designing a Photographwas created to impart the experience gathered as a working professional, presenting the neophyte with some common-sense advice garnered from trial and error.”—Star-Ledger, Newark, NJ, May 12, 2001 • Completely revised edition of the best-selling photography manual, written by a well-known photographer and instructor • Perfect resource for amateurs, students, and professional photographers • Outstanding step-by-step illustrations and clear, informative text

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Bill Smithis an advertising/fine-art photographer with an impressive roster of big-name clients. He lives in Freehold, New Jersey.

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