Understanding Exposure

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ISBN: 9780817439392
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 176
Author: Bryan Peterson
Publisher: Random House LLC

Download and read online Understanding Exposure in PDF and EPUB Now refreshed with current technologies and terms, and more than 25 percent new images and an all-new chapter, this bestselling guide shows readers how to shoot great photographs with any type of camera.


Understanding Exposure

Filename: understanding-exposure.pdf
ISBN: 9780817439392
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 176
Author: Bryan Peterson
Publisher: Random House LLC

Download and read online Understanding Exposure in PDF and EPUB Presents a comprehensive manual that describes how to achieve successful exposures in difficult situations such as blacklight, low light, overcast weather, and motion.


Understanding Exposure

Filename: understanding-exposure.pdf
ISBN: 0817463003
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 160
Author: Bryan F. Peterson
Publisher: Amphoto

Download and read online Understanding Exposure in PDF and EPUB Provides detailed lessons on the elements of exposure and how each relates to depth of field, freezing and blurring action, and shooting in low light, demonstrating a diversity of creative choices in exposing a picture. Original.


Understanding Exposure

Filename: understanding-exposure.pdf
ISBN: 1906672997
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 192
Author: Andy Stansfield
Publisher:

Download and read online Understanding Exposure in PDF and EPUB This new series of Expanded Guides not only focuses on photographic techniques to give you a comprehensive grounding in the subject but also takes you a step further to enable you to get much more from your photography. Expert advice, with useful hints and tips, is given by professional photographers, using practical examples of techniques for clarity, illustrated in full colour with the aid of clear diagrams and charts. 'Exposure' is an invaluable guide to taking better photographs using today's sophisticated digital SLR and compact digital cameras. Aimed at both the novice and more experienced amateur photographer, jargon-free text explains the theory behind digital photography, how light metering affects exposure, and light's relationship to colour, colour temperature and white balance, focal points and the expression of mood. Aperture, depth of field and shutter speed are also thoroughly covered, along with chapters on ISO speeds, dynamic range, use of filters, and making in-camera adjustments. Post processing techniques round off this invaluable guide to getting the best results from your photography.


Understanding Exposure Fourth Edition

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ISBN: 9781607748519
Release Date: 2016-03-15
Number of pages: 176
Author: Bryan Peterson
Publisher: Amphoto Books

Download and read online Understanding Exposure Fourth Edition in PDF and EPUB This newly revised edition of Bryan Peterson's most popular book demystifies the complex concepts of exposure in photography, allowing readers to capture the images they want. Understanding Exposure has taught generations of photographers how to shoot the images they want by demystifying the complex concepts of exposure in photography. In this newly updated edition, veteran photographer Bryan Peterson explains the fundamentals of light, aperture, and shutter speed and how they interact with and influence one another. With an emphasis on finding the right exposure even in tricky situations, Understanding Exposure shows you how to get (or lose) sharpness and contrast in images, freeze action, and take the best meter readings, while also exploring filters, flash, and light. With all new images, as well as an expanded section on flash, tips for using colored gels, and advice on shooting star trails, this revised edition will clarify exposure for photographers of all levels. From the Trade Paperback edition.


Bryan Peterson s Understanding Photography Field Guide

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ISBN: 9780817400194
Release Date: 2010-12-21
Number of pages: 400
Author: Bryan Peterson
Publisher: Amphoto Books

Download and read online Bryan Peterson s Understanding Photography Field Guide in PDF and EPUB Everything you need to know in one take-anywhere field guide! This all-in-one guide from renowned photographer, instructor, and author Bryan Peterson will help you take better photos anytime, anywhere–with any camera. Want to finally understand exposure? Interested in learning to "see" and composing your images more creatively? Ready to master the magic of light? It’s all here, the techniques every amateur photographer needs to take better nature, landscape, people, and close-up photos. You’ll even get creative techniques, like making "rain" and capturing "ghosts," and practical advice on gear, equipment, and postprocessing software. Filled with Bryan’s inspirational photographs, this is the one essential guide for every camera bag.


Bryan Peterson s Exposure Solutions

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ISBN: 9780307985132
Release Date: 2012-12-04
Number of pages: 144
Author: Bryan Peterson
Publisher: Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony

Download and read online Bryan Peterson s Exposure Solutions in PDF and EPUB This essential guide shows amateur photographers of all levels how to conquer more than 25 tricky exposure scenarios frequently found in the field. As every amateur shutterbug knows, certain exposure situations prove frustrating time and time again, whether photographing a high-contrast snow scene or getting the perfect backlit portrait. In this ready reference, bestselling author Bryan Peterson demystifies common stumbling blocks one by one, with tips and techniques for getting a great shot every time.


Understanding Shutter Speed

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ISBN: 9780817400217
Release Date: 2011-01-19
Number of pages: 160
Author: Bryan Peterson
Publisher: Amphoto Books

Download and read online Understanding Shutter Speed in PDF and EPUB The first book in the Understanding Photography series, Understanding Exposure, was a runaway best-seller, with more than 250,000 copies sold. Now author Bryan Peterson brings his signature style to another important photography topic: shutter speed. With clear, jargon-free explanations of terms and techniques, plus compelling “before-and-after” photos that pair a mediocre image (created using the wrong shutter speed) with a great image (created using the right shutter speed), this is the definitive practical guide to mastering an often-confusing subject. Topics include freezing and implying motion, panning, zooming, exposure, Bogen Super Clamps, and rendering motion effects with Photoshop, all with helpful guidance for both digital and film formats. Great for beginners and serious amateurs, Understanding Shutter Speed is the definitive handy guide to mastering shutter speed for superb results.


Understanding Color in Photography

Filename: understanding-color-in-photography.pdf
ISBN: 9780770433123
Release Date: 2017-08-29
Number of pages: 144
Author: Bryan F. Peterson
Publisher: Watson-Guptill

Download and read online Understanding Color in Photography in PDF and EPUB Veteran photographer and instructor Bryan Peterson is best known for his arresting imagery using bold, graphic color and composition. Here he explores his signature use of color in photography for the first time, showing readers his process for creating striking images that pop off the page. He addresses how to shoot in any type of light, and looks at color families and how they can work together to make compelling images in commercial and art photography. He also helps readers understand exposure, flash, and other stumbling blocks that beginning and experienced photographers encounter when capturing images, showing how to get the most out of any composition. With its down-to-earth voice and casual teaching style, Understanding Color in Photography is a workshop in a book, helping any photographer take their images to the next level.


Interpersonal and mediated deliberation

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ISBN: WISC:89098969298
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 212
Author: Stephanie Edgerly
Publisher:

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Digital Photography Exposure For Dummies

Filename: digital-photography-exposure-for-dummies.pdf
ISBN: 0470887451
Release Date: 2010-10-26
Number of pages: 368
Author: Jim Doty, Jr.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

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Surprised by Shame

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ISBN: 0814209211
Release Date: 2003-01-01
Number of pages: 273
Author: Deborah A. Martinsen
Publisher: Ohio State University Press

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Bryan Peterson s Understanding Composition Field Guide

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ISBN: 9780770433086
Release Date: 2012-11-06
Number of pages: 288
Author: Bryan F. Peterson
Publisher: Amphoto Books

Download and read online Bryan Peterson s Understanding Composition Field Guide in PDF and EPUB Learn to “see” more compelling images with this on-the-go field guide from Bryan Peterson! What makes an image amazing? Believe it or not, it is not about the content. What makes a photo compelling is the arrangement of that content—in other words, its composition. The right composition gives your images impact and emotion; the wrong one leaves them flat. In this handy, take-anywhere guide, renowned photographer, instructor, and bestselling author Bryan Peterson frees amateur photographers from the prejudices of what is “beautiful” or “ugly” so that they can instead focus on color, line, light, and pattern. Get the tools you need to show your distinct voice and point of view in every image you shoot. With this guide in your camera bag, you’ll be equipped not only to “see” beautiful images but to successfully shoot them each and every time. Also available as an ebook


Digital Exposure Handbook

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ISBN: 1907708952
Release Date: 2013-03-28
Number of pages: 191
Author: Ross Hoddinott
Publisher:

Download and read online Digital Exposure Handbook in PDF and EPUB A comprehensive guide to the theory and practice of controlling exposure to produce professional results Exposure is a fundamental part of photographic technique, but is often thought of as mysterious or difficult to understand. In this revised edition, the nitty gritty of this fascinating subject is unraveled and presented in a clear and easy-to-understand way. This practical, handbook-sized, jargon-free guide will be your essential companion out in the field. Although the process of making a successful exposure is based on science, a photographer’s individual interpretation means that creativity becomes part of the equation. Digital cameras have brought a new dimension to exposure control, offering photographers the ability to review images in the field, as well as being able to change the sensitivity of the sensor from shot to shot. This guide include the basics of exposure and digital camera settings, putting exposure into practice in a variety of situations from landscapes to abstracts, coping with the quality, quantity, and contrast of natural and artificial ambient light, making effective use of built-in and external flash light, applying digital filters, and enhancing exposure in the digital darkroom.


Perfect Exposure

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ISBN: 1781571228
Release Date: 2015-11-05
Number of pages: 192
Author: Michael Freeman
Publisher: Ilex Press

Download and read online Perfect Exposure in PDF and EPUB This second edition of acclaimed bestseller Perfect Exposure looks at the way professionals address the fundamentals of photography, laying out the decision-making process with the absolute clarity Michael Freeman is famed for. While addressing a subject as old as photography, exposure, this book is fully updated to cover the influence of all the latest technology. Chapter one introduces not just the key camera settings, but also the photographer's ideal decision flow, a process you can easily use in your own work. Chapter two examines all the camera technology designed to assist you in capturing the perfect photo, giving honest thoughts on its advantages and disadvantages. Chapter three is a complete theory and practice of exposure broken down into every shooting scenario you'll ever encounter, from evenly lit scenes to those with wild contrast. Chapter four deals with developing style through exposure, including ideas like high key photography, silhouette and more, as well as a look at the zone system, pioneered by photographers like Ansel Adams, in a digital context. Finally Chapter 5 looks at the powerful post-processing techniques.