Dorling Kindersley Pub
Updated with the latest techniques and newest equipment, Digital Photography: An Introduction is now better than ever. Beginning camera enthusiasts and photography students will welcome learning the latest in the field: screen shots have been updated from OS9 to OS10, and a wealth of new photos and information illuminate everything readers need to know to take stunning digital shots.
Baker & Taylor
Looks at the digital technology that has transformed the photographic medium and offers the latest information on equipment, software, and accessories, including a guide to technique, design, lighting, digital image manipulation, and composition.
Auckland-based award-winning photographer Ang offers foundational knowledge and practical tips for general readers new to digital photography and those with some experience looking to advance their skills. Four sections cover core photography skills, such as picture composition, focus, movement, color, exposure control, and flash; 15 sample photography "projects" including abstract imagery, documentaries, vacations and travel, weddings, landscapes, cityscapes, animals, and portraits; information on managing and developing images; and buying tips for cameras and accessories. Illustrated with full-color and b&w photographs and diagrams, the fully updated fourth edition incorporates recent developments including RAW capture, tone-mapping techniques, diverse approaches to image manipulation, and new categories of equipment and software. The content previously published in Digital Photographer's Handbook. Annotation ©2014 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)
An illustrated introduction to the art of digital photography provides a step-by-step tour of the process that produces these vivid images, offering practical tips and advice on how to best create and manipulate digital photography, featuring more than 400 sample photographs, and including tips on equipment, software, accessories and photographic techniques. Original
[S.l.] : Dk Publishing, 2012
224 p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm