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Lighting, exposure, and computer effects: every one of these photographic elements helps create a photograph’s ambience, transforming it from a simple document into an eloquent, interpretive piece of art. From Kodak comes a complete course in refining the image and enhancing the scene you’re capturing. It focuses on personal expression, on moving beyond reality through point of view, software options, and all the camera’s tools. Master photographer Joseph Meehan provides invaluable professional advice on how to add drama with light quality, change the subject presentation through lens focal length, work with filters, shift perspectives, and harness the power of black-and-white imagery. Artist portfolios filled with award-winning examples illustrate every concept, and show photographers how to turn ordinary pictures into truly compelling pieces.
About the Author
Joseph Meehan has been a professional photographer, writer, and teacher for over 30 years. His style has been characterised by the New York Times as "alive with colour and sparkling with light." Meehan was Senior Technical Editor of Photo District news for over a decade and has authored over 500 articles in U.S and British magazines. He is the former editor of the Photography Yearbook and has written 25 books on photographic technique, several of which have been published in multiple languages.
Series: Kodak the Art of Digital Photography Ser.
Number Of Pages: 192
Published: 1st January 2008
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 27.9 x 21.6 x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.79