The key features include the basics of photography, such as the nature of light, lens construction, and fundamental concepts, as well as sections on film, cameras, accessories, processing, and all other aspects of digital photography - from image capture to output.
The book also deals with important subjects usually ignored in manuals, including critical theory, how to present images, ethical issues, and copyright.
Practical exercises and summaries are included in each chapter, providing a complete set of tutorials.
About the Author
Tom Ang is an award-winning professional photographer, lecturer, and bestselling author whose books include Picture Editing, Silver Pixels, Dictionary of Photography, Digital Imaging, Digital Photographer's Handbook, Photoshop for Photography, How to Photograph Absolutely Everything, Digital Photography, Tao of Photography, and Advanced Digital Photography (the latter three titles published by Mitchell Beazley). His work has been exhibited internationally and for 12 years Tom was Senior Lecturer in Photographic Practice at the University of Westminster, London. Tom presented BBC television's A Digital Picture of Britain", which was first transmitted in 2005 on BBC4. A second series, Britain in Pictures, aired in 2007.
Number Of Pages: 352