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Photography. by Hubbard, Suzie.(DLC)2076270;
Cover -- Title Page -- Table of Contents -- Getting Started -- Equipment -- Settings -- Tips And Tricks -- Portraits -- Group Portraits -- Fun With Food -- Animal Antics -- Black and White -- Getting Up Close -- Shadows -- Reflections -- Night Graffiti -- Stroytelling in Pictures -- Phone Photography -- Editing Your Photos -- Glossary, Useful Websites -- Index -- Back Cover.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Hobbies-Juvenile literature.; Photography-Juvenile literature.;
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Photography [electronic resource]. by Ingledew, John.;
1. Loading...; What's so great about photography?; Why do we like photographs?; Catching the shutter bug; How does photography work?; The eye and the camera; Colour and black and white; Where has photography come from?; 2. The Big Picture; The portrait; The self-portrait; The city; The landscape; The still life; The body; Fashion; Telling a story with photos; The news photo; Photojournalism and reportage; Documentary photography; Telling the story of war; Telling a story in a book of pictures; Sequence; Persuasion; Manipulation; 3. The Bridge; Finding inspiration; Seeing thingsCreating your own projectsThe camera in the hands of artists; In the digital age; What makes a great photographer?; What makes a great photograph?; The world's best-known pictures; Trusting photographs; A photographer's responsibilities; The snapshot; The Lomo snapshot; The camera - the time machine; Beyond the print; Where next for photography?; 4. This Is A Camera Now Go Out And Take Some Pictures; The tools of photography; The camera; Selecting a camera; Try these cameras; The controls of the camera; Lenses; Focus - to infinity and beyond; Aperture - the iris of the camera's eyeShutter speed - all in the timingExposure - bringing together aperture, shutter speed and focus; Composition - order or disorder; Black-and-white photography; Colour photography; Photography and light; Photoshop; The photographic studio - Narnia; Pictures without a camera; 5. So You Want To Be A Photographer; Photo opportunities; Photographer's portfolio - marketing; Fashion magazines; Design groups and advertising agencies; Further photo opportunities; Being an assistant - the sorcerer's apprentice; What do you need to be a photographer?; Art college and university; CompetitionsStock librariesYour archive; Exhibiting; Prints and limited editions; 6. The Bible; Photography and the law; The languageof photography; Photographers' and artists' websites; Must-see photo books; Index; Photo sources and credits; AcknowledgementsA complete introduction to photography, this book is an essential resource for students across the visual arts. This accessible, inspirational guide explores the subjects and themes that have always obsessed photographers and explains technique in a clear and simple way. It introduces the work of the masters of the art as well as showing fresh, dynamic images created by young photographers from all over the world. The book also provides a valuable overview of careers in photography and a comprehensive reference section, including a glossary of technical vocabulary. This second edition has been
Subjects: Electronic books.; Photography -- Techniques.; Photography, Artistic; Photography;
© 2013., Laurence King Publishing,
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NY Through the Lens [electronic resource]. by Gucwa, Vivienne.;
Street photographers will never tire of New York as a subject. It is the perfect setting for the genre, the world's most evocative cityscape, against which candid, memorable moments play themselves out every day. Nearly a decade ago, Vivienne Gucwa began walking the streets of the city with the only camera she could afford a sub-100 point-and-shoot and started taking pictures. Choosing a direction and going as far as her feet would take her, she noticed lines, forms and structures that had previously gone unnoticed but which resonated, embodying a sense of home. Having limited equipment f
Subjects: Electronic books.; Photography; Street photography;
© 2014., F+W Media,
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Photography class/workshop : work book & related materials / by Davis, Robert(SAGE)1810642;
Subjects: Photography;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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Photography [electronic resource] : Art of Composition. by Krages, Bert.;
Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 The Importance of Visual Skills; Learning to See; The Importance of Composition; Viewing Other People's Photographs; Looking at Art; Chapter 2 The Camera as a Tool; The Basic Tool; Operating the Camera; The Tool's Effect on Composition; Exercise 1: The Point of Focus; Exercise 2: Finding Your Slowest Acceptable Handheld Shutter Speed; Exercise 3: Photographing without a Viewfinder; Chapter 3 Doing the Exercises; Knowing the Subject; Consider the Genre; Framework of the ExercisesPractical ConsiderationsEquipment; Monochrome or Color?; Evaluating Your Images; Chapter 4 Points; Exercise 1: Rocks; Exercise 2: Signs That Make a Point; Exercise 3: Still Lifes; Exercise 4: Snooker; Exercise 5: Plants; Exercise 6: Eyes in Portraits; Exercise 7: Constellations; Exercise 8: People at a Distance; Exercise 9: Clouds; Exercise 10: Moon and Sun; Exercise 11: Mirrors; Exercise 12: People's Soles; Exercise 13: Birds on the Ground; Exercise 14: People Eating; Exercise 15: Heads in the Street; Exercise 16: Similar Objects; Exercise 17: Bowling; Exercise 18: Mouths in MotionExercise 19: Birds in FlightExercise 20: Moving Balls; Chapter 5 Lines; Exercise 1: Fork; Exercise 2: Fallen Trees; Exercise 3: Corners; Exercise 4: Florals; Exercise 5: Rivers and Streams; Exercise 6: Still Lifes; Exercise 7: Cracks in Rocks; Exercise 8: Lines of the Hand; Exercise 9: Shadows; Exercise 10: Trees; Exercise 11: People from Overhead; Exercise 12: Strings; Exercise 13: Star Trails; Exercise 14: Portraits; Exercise 15: Fingers; Exercise 16: Stairs; Exercise 17: Roads and Paths; Exercise 18: Street Lines; Exercise 19: People at Play; Exercise 20: Skating; Chapter 6 ShapesExercise 1: EggsExercise 2: Gerberas; Exercise 3: Tangerines; Exercise 4: Blocks; Exercise 5: Doors; Exercise 6: Domestic Shapes; Exercise 7: Plants; Exercise 8: Callas; Exercise 9: Clouds; Exercise 10: Reflections from Water; Exercise 11: Glare; Exercise 12: Boiling Kettle; Exercise 13: Street Shapes; Exercise 14: Static Frames; Exercise 15: Personal Space; Exercise 16: People and Animals; Exercise 17: Dynamic Frames; Exercise 18: Traffic; Exercise 19: Flags; Exercise 20: Athletics; Chapter 7 Thinking Like an Artist; History for the Artist; Work Ethic; Knowing Your Goals; The Artist's VisionIndexAbout the Author; Books From Allworth PressSince the beginning of the twentieth century, photographic composition has been taught mostly by applying the principles from the field of graphic design. But the factor that distinguishes the work of master photographers is their ability to see and describe scenes visually. This book follows contemporary educational methods used to teach fine arts such as drawing and painting, concentrating on teaching the perception of critical visual elements and understanding how they will be rendered photographically. ""In many respects, this book can do for photography what Betty Edwards' best-selli
Subjects: Electronic books.; Composition (Photography); Photography, Artistic -- Exhibitions.; Photography, Artistic; Photography, History.;
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Basic techniques of photography : an Ansel Adams guide / by Schaefer, John Paul,1934-(SAGE)1669037; Adams, Ansel,1902-1984(SAGE)1674880;
"Sources for quotations by Ansel Adams": p. 380-381.
Subjects: Photography;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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John Hedgecoe's new book of photography. by Hedgecoe, John(SAGE)1680461;
Subjects: Photography;
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Photography : Techniques, Styles, Instruments, and Practice. by Hamilton, Trenton.(DLC)1625358; Campbell, Kathy.;
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- Chapter One: Cameras and Lenses -- The Camera and Lenses -- Basic Camera Functions -- Principal Camera Types -- The 35-Mm Miniature Camera -- The Ultraminiature or Subminiature -- Shutter Types -- The View, or Technical, Camera -- The Medium-Size Hand Camera -- The Folding Roll-Film Camera -- The Single-Lens Reflex -- The Twin-Lens Reflex -- Shutter and Diaphragm Systems -- The Leaf Shutter -- Focal-Plane Shutter -- Diaphragm and Shutter Settings -- Exposure Values -- Automatic-Diaphragm Systems -- Methods of Focusing and Framing -- Focusing Aids -- Autofocus Systems -- Range Finder -- Viewfinders -- Exposure-Metering Systems -- An Exposure Meter -- Flash Systems -- Electronic Flash -- Automatic and Dedicated Flash -- Harold E Edgerton -- Flashbulbs -- Firing and Synchronization -- System Cameras -- Characteristics and Parameters of Lenses -- Focal Length and Image Scale -- Aperture -- Angle of Coverage -- Optical Performance -- Aberrations -- Chromatic Aberration -- Resolving Power and Contrast-Transfer Function -- Special Lens Types -- Telephoto Lenses -- Wide-Angle and Retrofocus Lenses -- Fish-Eye Lenses -- Mirror Lenses -- Variable-Focus Lenses -- Lens-Changing Systems -- Lens Coating -- Chapter Two: Black-and-White Films -- The Latent Image -- Sensitometry and Speed -- Colour Sensitivity -- Filters -- Photographic Filter -- Other Film Characteristics -- Grain -- Resolving Power and Acutance -- Contrast -- Film Structure and Forms -- Sheet Film -- Roll Film -- Perforated Film -- Eastman Kodak Company -- Disk Film -- Chapter Three: Picture-Taking Technique -- Sharpness Control -- Depth of Field -- Subject and Camera Movement -- Exposure Technique -- Automatic Meter Control -- Flash Exposures -- Exposure Latitude -- Yousuf Karsh -- Lighting Technique.Chapter Four: Black-and-White Processing and Printing -- Negative Development -- Developers and Their Characteristics -- Darkroom Equipment -- Fixing -- Washing and Drying -- High-Speed Processing -- Printing -- Enlargers -- Printing Papers -- Printing Exposures -- Print Processing -- Stablilization Processing -- Dry Processing -- Chapter Five: Colour Photography -- Colour Films -- Reversal (Slide) Films -- Negative (Print) Films -- Colour-Film Structure -- Additive Colour Films -- Colour Balance -- Colour-Film Processing -- Steve Mccurry -- Reversal Colour-Film Processing -- Negative Colour Processing -- Colour Printing -- Positive Prints From Colour Negatives -- Reversal Colour Printing -- Dye-Destruction Processes -- Diffusion-Transfer Colour Prints -- Assembly Colour Prints -- Transparency Projection -- Chapter Six: Instant-Picture Photography -- Black-and-White Diffusion Transfer -- Polaroid Corporation -- The Polacolor Process -- Single-Sheet Process -- Autoprocess Materials -- Applications -- Chapter Seven: Special Photosensitive Systems, Special Techniques, and Applied Photography -- Electrophotography -- Colloid and Photopolymer Processes -- Diazonium Processes -- Photochromic Systems -- Electronic Photography -- High-Speed and Stroboscopic Photography -- High-Speed Shutters -- High-Speed Light Sources -- Synchronization -- Stroboscopic Photography -- Aerial Photography -- Nadar -- Satellite and Space Photography -- Underwater Photography -- Close-Range and Large-Scale Photography -- Close-Up and Macrophotography -- Photomicrography -- Stereoscopic and Three-Dimensional Photography -- Photogrammetry -- Infrared Photography -- Ultraviolet Photography -- Radiography and Other Radiation Recording Techniques -- X-Ray Radiography -- Gamma Radiography -- Autoradiography -- Nuclear-Track Recording -- Astronomical Photography.Microfilming and Microreproduction -- Chapter Eight: Digital Cameras and Digital Photography -- Digital Camera Types -- Dslr Cameras -- Mirrorless Cameras -- Point-and-Shoot Cameras -- Light Field Cameras: An Emerging Digital Technology -- Mobile Phone Cameras -- Digital Camera Parts -- Body -- Sensor -- Lens -- Storage -- Software -- The First Digital Camera -- Digital Camera Techniques -- Parallels To Traditional Photography -- Computers and Digital Photography -- Raw Versus Jpeg File Formats -- Filters -- Using Apps -- Hdr Photography -- Image Editing Programs -- Chapter Nine: Photography's Practical Applications -- Photography and The Media -- Photography in Industry, Research, and Science -- Imogen Cunningham -- A Fine Art -- Photography As A Popular Pastime -- James Nachtwey -- Photography As A Vocation -- Conclusion -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Index -- Back Cover.Photography is generally considered to have had its birth in 1839, when Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre first revealed his photographic process to the public. Increasingly, cameras have become more automated and electronic over the years. In spite of the increasing sophistication of the equipment, however, the photographer's eye continues to be all-important. Photography remains a unique human act. This compendium focuses on the technology of photography, the camera and its parts, types of lenses, shutters and speeds, films and filters, making photographs, exposing film, lighting, darkroom techniques and processing, printing photographs, and some of the practical applications of the medium.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Military Low-Flying Aircraft [electronic resource] : The Men Who Fly and the Skill of the Photograhers that Capture Them by Leek, Michael.;
Dedication; Title Page; Copyright Page; By the same author; Table of Contents; Foreword by the Controller of the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1 - Introduction and context; The photographers; The photographs; Chapter Two - The need for low flying training; The impact of the Strategic Defence and Security Review 2010 on military aircrew training; Elementary flying training; Fast jet training; Rotary training; Multi-engine training; Weapons System Operators (WSO) training; Chapter Three - Low flying areas in the United Kingdom; Flowed low flying routes; WalesScotlandEngland; Chapter Four - Photography and other important matters; Photographic and other equipment; Photographing low flying aircraft; Chapter Five - The Photographs: Wales; My photographs; Invited photographers; Chapter Six - The Photographs: England; My photographs - (Captions for photographs are in Appendix 1); Invited photographers - (Captions for photographs are in Appendix 1); Chapter Seven - The Photographs: Scotland; My photographs - (Captions for photographs are in Appendix 1); Invited photographers; Appendix 1 - Captions to the photographs in Chapters Five, Six and SevenAppendix 2 - The RAF Benevolent FundAppendix 3 - About the author; References and sourcesThe UK has some of the most dramatic landscapes for NATO pilots to exercise the increasingly important military art of high-speed low flying. It also offers splendid opportunities for photography of close-up dramatic shots taken from the hillsides and mountains of Wales, Scotland and other steep terrain within the UK. Pilots training for operations in Afghanistan, Iraq and other potential war zones, learn their skills flying through the valleys of the UK at near subsonic speed. For the legions of enthusiastic aviation photographers, thousands of whom can be seen at air shows, it provides ideal
Subjects: Electronic books.; Photography;
© 2012., Pen and Sword,
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Photography [electronic resource (video)] : making art and recording life / by Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584; San Mateo County Community College District.;
Art and Journalism (2:21) -- Art and Advertising (5:34) -- Photography's Role in Society (4:31) -- Photojournalism (3:35) -- Fine Art Photography (6:51)Once strictly considered a visual recording device, the camera has expanded beyond its documentational niche and made places for itself in the worlds of fine art, advertising, and news media as well. This program describes existing and emerging genres in the photographic arts, including documentary photography, portraiture, still life, commercial photography, and photojournalism. Commentary is provided by Steve Luker, formerly a creative director with ad agency Publicis & Hal Riney, and photographers Larry Sultan, Ed Kashi, Richard Barnes, Jo Whaley, Dale Kistemaker, and Catherine Wagner.9 & up.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Photography, Artistic;
© [2006], c2001., Films Media Group,
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