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The most comprehensive, up-to-date resource for today's photography students

Photography 11th edition offers an in-depth approach to photography that spans the ever-changing landscape of photography — from dark-room to digital print. This edition presents all facets of photography, laying out what you need to know to make photographs with digital tools as well as the integral steps to perfecting film print.

MyArtsLab is an integral part of the London/Upton/Stone program. Key learning applications include videos, simulations, and MediaShare.

A better teaching and learning experience

This program will provide a better teaching and learning experience—for you and your students. Here’s how:

  • Personalize Learning – MyArtsLab is an online homework, tutorial, and assessment program. It helps students prepare for class and instructor gauge individual and class performance.
  • Improve Critical Thinking Visual aids and detailed coverage of key elements help students examine art more critically .
  • Engage Students Updated images, MyArtsLab, and the clarity of the text provide a wonderful engaging student experience.
  • Support Instructors Instructor resources are available in one convenient location. Figures, videos, and teacher support materials create a dynamic, engaging course.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780205934133
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 4/3/2013
  • Edition description: Student
  • Edition number: 11
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 5.98 (w) x 8.99 (h) x 0.04 (d)

Meet the Author

Jim Stone is an Associate Professor of Photography at the University of New Mexico. His photographs have been collected by the Museum of Modern Art and The Smithsonian American Art Museum, among many others. Books of his work include Stranger Than Fiction (Light Work, 1993),Historiostomy (Piltdown Press, 2001), and Why My Pictures are Good (Nazraeli Press, 2005).

He has also published six higher education titles that are widely used in university courses: A User¹s Guide to the View Camera, Darkroom Dynamics, Photography, Photography: The Essential Way, A Short Course in Photography, and A Short Course in Digital Photography.

Barbara London has authored and co-authored many photography books from their first editions to their current ones, including Photography, Photography: The Essential Way, A Short Course in Photography, A Short Course in Digital Photography, The Photograph Collector's Guide, and more.

John Upton, Professor Emeritus, was for many years Chair of Photography at Orange Coast College, one of the largest photography departments in the U.S. He has curated a number of exhibitions, including Color as Form: A History of Color Photography. His work is included in many private and public collections, including the New York Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art.

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Table of Contents

In this Section:
1) Brief Table of Contents

2) Full Table of Contents


BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Chapter 1. Getting Started

Chapter 2. Camera

Chapter 3. Lens

Chapter 4. Exposure, Sensors and Film

Chapter 5. Color

Chapter 6. Setting up a Digital Darkroom

Chapter 7. Image Editing

Chapter 8. Digital Printing

Chapter 9. Organizing and Storing Your Work

Chapter 10. Print Finishing and Display

Chapter 11. Lighting

Chapter 12. Extending the Image

Chapter 13. Seeing Photographs

Chapter 14. History of Photography


FULL TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Chapter 1. Getting Started

Introducing the Camera

Getting Your Camera Ready

Focusing and Setting the Exposure

Taking Your Picture

What Will You Photograph?

Chapter 2. Camera

Basic Camera Controls

The Shutter

The Aperture

Using Shutter and Aperture Together

Choosing a Camera

Keeping the Camera Steady

Chapter 3. Lens

From Pinhole to Lens

Lens Focal Length

Special-Purpose Lenses

Focusing your Lenses

Focus and Depth of Field

Perspective

Guidelines for Buying a Lens

Getting the Most from your Camera and Lens

Chapter 4. Exposure, Sensors and Film

Exposure Basics

How to Meter

Responding to Light

Selecting and Using Film

Exposure Latitude and Dynamic Range

Film and Sensor Speed

Using Filters

Extending Beyond Visible Light

Using Exposure

Chapter 5. Color

Color: Additive or Subtractive

Color Photographs: Three Image Layers

Color Characteristics

Color Balance

Making a Color Print from a Negative

Chapter 6. Setting up a Digital Darkroom

Hardware and Software

Photographs Are Files

Color Management

Channels

Histograms

Importing Your Images

Setting Up a Workflow

Workflow Applications

Chapter 7. Image Editing

Digital Post-Processing: Getting Started

An Image-Editing Workflow

Adjusting Color and Value

Adjusting All or Part of an Image

Other Editing Commands

Compositing

Chapter 8. Digital Printing

Printers and Printing

Printing Options

Display your Work

Ethics: How Far Can You Go?

Chapter 9. Organizing and Storing Your Work

Image Storage

Metadata: Data About Your Files

Software to Keep You Organized

Archiving Digital Images

Archiving Film and Prints

Chapter 10. Print Finishing and Display

Spotting to Remove Minor Flows

Mounting a Print

Chapter 11. Lighting

Direction of Light

Degree of Diffusion: From Hart to Soft Light

Available Light – Outdoors

Available Lights – Indoors

Artificial Light

The Main Light: The Dominant Source

The Fill Light: To Lighten Shadows

Lighting with Flash

Simple Portrait Lighting

Multiple-Light Portrait Setups

Lighting Textured Objects

Lighting Reflective Objects

Lighting Translucent Objects

Using Lighting

Chapter 12. Extending the Image

Using Scale

Multiple Images

Fabricated to be Photographed

The Photograph as Object

Using Projections

Making a Book

Alternative Processes

Pinhole Photography

How to Make a Close-Up Photograph

Chapter 13. Seeing Photographs

Basic Choices

Basic Design

More Choices

Looking at – and Talking About – Photographs

Showing Your Work to Editors and Others

Chapter 14. History of Photography

The Invention of Photography

Daguerreotype: “Designs on Silver Bright”

Calotype: Pictures on Paper

Collodion Wet-Plate: Sharp and Reproducible

Gelatin/Emulsion/Roll-Film Basse: Photography for Everyone

Color Photography

Early Portraits

Early Travel Photography

Early Images of War

Time and Motion in Early Photography

The Photograph as a Document

Photography and Social Change

Photojournalism

Photography as Art in the 19th Century

Pictorial Photography and the Photo-Secession

The Direct Image in Art

The Quest for a New Vision

Photography as Art in the 1950s and 1960s

Photography as Art in the 1970s and 1980s

Digital Photography Becomes Mainstream

A Gallery of Contemporary Photography

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