Digital Photography Masterclass

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Featuring tutorials, image analyses, assignments, and step-by-step image manipulation exercises, Digital Photography Masterclass explains how to see the world with a photographer's eyes. Stunning images and stylish design make this book a great tool for anyone looking to learn about the technical and creative aspects of photography and post-production.

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Overview

Featuring tutorials, image analyses, assignments, and step-by-step image manipulation exercises, Digital Photography Masterclass explains how to see the world with a photographer's eyes. Stunning images and stylish design make this book a great tool for anyone looking to learn about the technical and creative aspects of photography and post-production.

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Getting to the bare-bone basics of digital photography is relatively easy. Learning to master all the camera bells and whistles now at your fingertips requires help. Digital Photography Masterclass, by veteran digital photography author Tom Ang, answers that call with a comprehensive (360-page), extensively illustrated (1,500-plus full-color photographs) one-on-one guide that covers every aspect of photo technique and digital manipulation. Ang uses lucid tutorials, sensible practical assignments, and clear step-by-step projects to teach the art and craft of creating unforgettable (and marketable) pictures.
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"This is the digital photography equivalent of War and Peace." – Shutterbug

Library Journal

One of Britain's best-known photographers, Ang has hosted a popular BBC TV series called A Digital Picture of Britain and won the Thomas Cook Travel Book Award. In this comprehensive, personal volume, Ang revels in digital photography, the medium that brought in, he writes, "the most exuberant growth and vigorous expansion ever seen in the history of photography." He teaches how to look at the world with a photographer's eye and offers tutorials, photographic assignments, and step-by-step image-manipulation exercises. Combining technical and artistic aspects of photography, Ang completes the volume with sections on travel, documentary, portrait, nature, sports, and architecture photography. Each of these can be supplemented with monographs, such as the second edition of G. Newman Lowrance's Digital Sports Photography. A fine selection for all libraries.
—Daniel Lombardo

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781465408563
  • Publisher: DK Publishing, Inc.
  • Publication date: 7/29/2013
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 360
  • Sales rank: 160,293
  • Product dimensions: 7.90 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.30 (d)

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