Macro and Close-Up Photography Handbook

Macro and Close-Up Photography Handbook

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by Stan Sholik, Ron Eggers
     
 

Macro and close-up photography allow photographers to explore a world that few people ever experience: the delicate stamens of flowers, crystals, the texture of a butterfly’s wing, stamps, or minute details on a piece of jewelry. With careful attention to the techniques taught in this book, photographers will learn how to capture these highly detailed,

Overview


Macro and close-up photography allow photographers to explore a world that few people ever experience: the delicate stamens of flowers, crystals, the texture of a butterfly’s wing, stamps, or minute details on a piece of jewelry. With careful attention to the techniques taught in this book, photographers will learn how to capture these highly detailed, small-scale subjects on film, creating fascinating images of features too small to be adequately observed by the unaided human eye. With the advice in this book on selecting the latest 35mm equipment, and field versus studio considerations like focusing, lighting, film, and filters, consistent results will come easily to both the novice and professional photographer.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781584280262
Publisher:
Amherst Media, Incorporated
Publication date:
06/28/2000
Pages:
120
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.26(d)

Meet the Author


Stan Sholik has written on photography for View Camera Magazine, Camera Arts, Photo Lab Management, and Petersen’s Photographic. He lives in Santa Ana, California. Ron Eggers is a contributing editor with Rangefinder Magazine and a senior editor with NewsWatch Service. He lives in Costa Mesa, California.

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Macro and Close-Up Photography Handbook 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is well out of date. While the products havent changed the lighting equipment and cameras have. Photos in the book are in B&W, while they should have been color .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago