|Series||An Element technical publication|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
Close-Up Photography by Alan nt Every few years, someone authors a work involving the photography of (mostly) small things: insects, wristwatch gears, flower pistols and stamens, etc. In , Mr. Alan R. Constant took his turn at bat with the above titled effort/5(5). In his sixth book, renowned photographer, popular instructor, and best-selling author Bryan Peterson challenges and inspires us to see close-up photography in new ways when we view it through his eyes. You’ve seen the dewdrops, but what about dewdrops on a bird’s wing or raindrops on a car windshield?/5. A good close-up photo tripod allows you to get the camera close to the ground and has a tripod head that makes it easy to adjust your camera’s position very slightly (important for last-minute adjustments on small subjects). It’s nice if the legs can spread. Close-Up and Macro Photography. Book • covering every aspect of the multi-faceted and often complicated world of close-up photography. Everything about Adrian's approach is both practical and diverse, with optimal output always in mind. His coverage of equipment, for example, goes beyond cameras to cover the application of flatbed.
Book Description. Finally, here is a photography textbook authored in the 21st century for 21st century audiences. Photography: A 21st Century Practice speaks to the contemporary student who has come of age in the era of digital photography and social media, where every day we collectively take more than a billion do aspiring photographers set themselves apart from the. In close-up photography, it’s important you choose a great angle. You want to portray your subject in a way that shows off its shapes and colors. And you want to take an intimate portrait – one that brings the viewer into the subject’s world. That’s why I recommend that you shoot on a level with your subject. Close-up brings English to life through spectacular National Geographic photography and facts carefully selected to appeal to the inquisitive minds of students. They will discover real places, real people and real English through a ‘Close-up’ on the world around them. Utilizziamo i cookie per essere sicuri che tu possa avere la migliore esperienza sul nostro sito. Se continui ad utilizzare questo sito noi assumiamo che tu ne sia felice.
In his sixth book, renowned photographer, popular instructor, and best-selling author Bryan Peterson challenges and inspires us to see close-up photography in new ways when we view it through his eyes. You’ve seen the dewdrops, but what about dewdrops on a bird’s wing or raindrops on a car windshield?Reviews: Close Up & Macro Photography Part I & II – Ebook $ $ Add to cart I have been speaking and giving workshops on close up photography for years, and finally decided it was time to put pen to paper (well, fingers to keyboard, anyway!) to share my experience and love of macro photography with you. This book is what close up photography has been hoping for! It is jammed with clearly presented cutting edge techniques that will turn your ordinary close ups into treasured images. Things like focus stacking and using flash effectively are taught in a very easy to understand s: Backgrounds still peek through in some close-up shots. When you’re shooting in so close on a food subject, you may see only a tiny bit of the background, if it shows at all. If a portion of the background does show, make sure the color or texture of the background complements the food subject.