Professional Filter Techniques for Digital Photographers (Size: 14.69 MB)
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Stan Sholik: Professional Filter Techniques for Digital Photographers
English | Amherst Media, Inc. | ISBN: 1584281960 | 128 Pages | PDF | 14.54 MB
Providing total control of a photograph, this guidebook details camera filters and the simple, inexpensive ways they can be employed in order to move from simply taking pictures to capturing imaginative images. Discussing a vast array of filters-from screw-in and slide-on filters for traditional film cameras to the cutting edge, post-production software associated with digital cameras-photographers will find practical, professional advice alongside photo examples that illustrate the differences in every filtering decision. From manipulating flesh tones in portraits to color-balancing an architectural interior, this resource provides the methods to allow photographers to express their complete creative vision. Three helpful appendices-discussing light theory, how sensors record images, and metering systems-are also included.