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The Print and the Process is a book of ideas, thoughts, and techniques about our photographs and the process that leads us to the final image. (To be clear, it is not an instructional book about how to print your images.) In this beautiful book, David duChemin takes the reader behind the scenes on four distinct photographic projects, discussing motivation, image creation, and post-production. The projects he walks the reader through are from Iceland, Kenya, Antarctica, and Veniceand for each he discusses ...
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Overview

The Print and the Process is a book of ideas, thoughts, and techniques about our photographs and the process that leads us to the final image. (To be clear, it is not an instructional book about how to print your images.) In this beautiful book, David duChemin takes the reader behind the scenes on four distinct photographic projects, discussing motivation, image creation, and post-production. The projects he walks the reader through are from Iceland, Kenya, Antarctica, and Veniceand for each he discusses the hows and whys of his own image-making process.

Each project begins with a beautiful series of 20-30 final images from that projectthis is "the print" section, and it's geared for the reader to really take in those images holistically. Then, duChemin discusses "the process" behind creating those images.

In this section, the reader will see the project images again but as thumbnails, and David goes through each one, explaining very thoroughly his process. duChemin does not "pre-visualize" a scene, as Ansel Adams famously discussed. Instead, he feels it. And it's from that feeling that he begins working with the elements in front of him and looking at the choices available to him. As he moves around, including and excluding elements from the frame, the camera and the photographer become collaborators. It's from this struggle that the final image emerges.

DuChemin has been making images for over two decades, and this process has changed and evolved during that time. By exploring duChemin's images and reflecting on the process behind themboth behind the camera and in post-processingthe reader learns to pay more attention to their own process, and identify ways in which their process can be further examined and improved in order to take more compelling images.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780321842763
  • Publisher: New Riders
  • Publication date: 12/14/2012
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 264
  • Sales rank: 827,095
  • Product dimensions: 9.90 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

An assignment photographer specializing in humanitarian projects and world photography, David duChemin has been creating compelling stories with a camera in hand for over 20 years. A passionate contributor to the international photography community, duChemin's first book, Within the Frame: The Journey of Photographic Vision, received worldwide acclaim for its vision, passion, and depth.

David has shot on five continents for assignments and projects covering places as diverse as Paris, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Peru, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, India, Nepal, and Mongolia. Find David online at Pixelatedimage.com.

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Table of Contents

TOC

00 Introduction

01 About Process

02 Venice
The Prints
The Process

03 Iceland
The Prints
The Process

04 Kenya, The BOMA Project
The Prints
The Process

05 Antarctica
The Prints
The Process

06 Conclusion

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2013

    Great Book, Poor shipping packaging

    Love the book but the Barnes and Noble packaging left marks on the front cover from the cardboard ridges pressing against it.

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