Mastering Digital Wedding Photography / Edition 1

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Overview

Mastering Digital Wedding Photography provides photographers with the professional-level skills they need in order to succeed as a wedding photographer. It offers in-depth coverage of camera and lens selection, techniques for capturing important moments, and the artful use of flash as well as the final editing, archiving, and presentation of the finished product. Through the pages of Mastering Digital Wedding Photography, you will conquer hands-on techniques for the shooting of documentary events, making great portraits quickly, and maximizing the quality of your images after they have been captured. This book serves as an approachable guide to enhancing your skills as a photographer and an observer. It also offers advice for selecting the best tools for each job and ways to assess light and make great moment photographs. Benefits:
• Includes useful tips for planning each photo shoot and selecting the tools to do the job as well as effective and speedy tools for editing and post-production
• Helps enhance photographic skills from an aesthetic as well as technical standpoint
• Part of the well-established and strong-selling Mastering series

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781598633290
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 6/18/2007
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 432
  • Sales rank: 1,418,388
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

James Karney has over 30 years experience as an award-winning professional photographer and teacher. He started as a wedding apprentice in high school and has worked as a photojournalist, medical photographer, studio photographer, and served four years as a US Marine Corps photographer. He developed and taught the 18-month photography certificate program at South Georgia Tech. He is an accomplished computer journalist, whose work has appeared in PC Magazine, Windows Magazine, Computer Shopper, and Internet World. His books include The Official Photodex Guide to ProShow, Mastering Digital Wedding Photography (Named a Book of the Year by Shutterbug Magazine), the Golden-Lee bestseller Upgrade and Maintain Your PC, The Power of CorelDRAW, and the Microsoft Press Training Kit for A+ Certification. He is a graduate of the US Navy Photographic School, and holds a bachelors degree in Communications from Excelsior College as well as a master of science in Computer Technology from Nova Southeastern University.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: The Once and Future Wedding Photographer Chapter 2: Business First Chapter 3: Equipment Matters Chapter 4: It Is Digital Photography—Computers and Software Chapter 5: The Wedding Photographer and the Web Chapter 6: Preliminaries: Booking the Event Chapter 7: Getting Ready for the Big Day Chapter 8: Photographic Technique: The Gateway to Style Chapter 9: The Big Day; Photographing More Than Just a Wedding Chapter 10: Photographing the Main Event Chapter 11: Making the Formals Creative and Fun Chapter 12: The Other Wedding Party, Covering the Reception Chapter 13: After the Wedding—]All Those Pictures! Chapter 14: Images into Pictures, the Art of Image Processing Chapter 15: Crafting the Image Chapter 16: Proofing, Selling, and Printing Chapter 17: Multimedia Marriages, DVDs, and the Electronic Album Chapter 18: Albums Demystified Chapter 19: After the Honeymoon Resource Directory

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