Digital Close-Up Photography Q&A: Great Tips and Hints from a Top Pro

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When the camera gets close-up, it reveals details of color, shape, and texture we might never notice in real life. With this gorgeously illustrated step-by-step guide, Paul Harcourt Davies--whose name has become synonymous with macro photography--shows just what can be achieved with a digital camera, taking us into worlds many photographers never thought possible to record. He provides straightforward answers to frequently asked questions about the process, from equipment, software and composition to HD video and...
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Overview

When the camera gets close-up, it reveals details of color, shape, and texture we might never notice in real life. With this gorgeously illustrated step-by-step guide, Paul Harcourt Davies--whose name has become synonymous with macro photography--shows just what can be achieved with a digital camera, taking us into worlds many photographers never thought possible to record. He provides straightforward answers to frequently asked questions about the process, from equipment, software and composition to HD video and time-lapse video sequences, making sophisticated concepts understandable to the layman and empowering all photographers--whether they're using a mobile camera, modest point-and-shoot, or sophisticated DSLR.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781600598999
  • Publisher: Pixiq
  • Publication date: 11/1/2011
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 144
  • Sales rank: 955,953
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul Harcourt Davies is an internationally known photographer and writer recognized for his macro photography of plants, insects, and other things. He has authored 17 books beginning with Wild Orchids of Britain & Europe (1983) and including two editions of Digital Photography Q&A (2009). He was one of the chosen speakers at Wildphotos 2008, has contributed to numerous magazines, and taught photography courses at Bristol and Cardiff Universities, as well as giving lectures for the American Orchid Society in the US. He also shares a blog with fellow UK pros Niall Benvie and Andrew Parkinson (http://imagesfromtheedge.com/blog). He and his partner Lois Ferguson run Hidden Worlds photographic tours and workshops (www.paulharcourtdavies.com).
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