In a unique, all-visual \"behind-the-camera\" approach, Hedgecoe is shown on location and in the sutdio acutally taking the photographs featured. Each photo set-up shows exactly where the camera was placed and how lights, reflectors, and other equipment were positioned. Instantly you see how to create similar impressive photographs.
Instruction illustrations lead both the eager beginner and proficient amateur through the key principles of exposure, aperture, shutter speed, depth of field and much more. Using his own photographs as examples, the author explains in clear, concise text how to\"see\" and compose good pictures, analyzing the principal elements - shape, tone, color, pattern, and texture.
Technical guidance is given on every aspect of photography, from how cameras work, to choosing equipment for studio, landscape, and documentary work, to setting up a home studio and dark room.
|Title||John Hedgecoe's New Book of Photography||Height||289 mm|
|Author||John Hedgecoe||Width||235 mm|
|ISBN-10||0751301106||Spine Width||24 mm|
|Publisher||DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)||Pages||264|
|Edition||Availability||Out Of Stock|