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This book offers comprehensive and easy-to-follow advice on how to make the most of "people pictures" of all kinds: from simple but essential techniques to more advanced and challenging projects. People and families are easily the most popular subject for photographers, be it by traditional film or digital photography. "Digital Family Photography" embraces both image capture and post-production techniques, with the emphasis on working digitally. With full-color and a portrait layout, the photos in the book are truly brought to life. Aimed at those new to photography, this book is useful for anyone who has been enticed by the value, quality, and efficiency that digital cameras have to offer.
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About the Author
Michael Wright studied Fine Art at St. Albans foundation course, 1972-3, and went onto study Fine Art at Liverpool College of Art and Design, graduating in 1976. He gained a post-graduate bursary, continuing his studies at the Royal Academy schools and was awarded silver and bronze medals for sculpture, graduating with a post-graduate diploma in 1979. Wright took up part-time post teaching art in a North London junior school, continuing his art practice and exhibiting. He was invited as a guest lecturer to teach on the Foundation course at St. Albans and Liverpool College of Art and Design Fine Art program. Wright was subsequently offered a permanent teaching post at Hertfordshire College of Art and Design, University of Hertfordshire, and developed a degree program in Art and Design. He was Course Leader for the Fine Art degree program 1993—99, and is currently a senior lecturer in the Fine Art program. Wright acted as a consultant on the Art School series for Dorling Kindersley, published in association with the Royal Academy of Arts, 1992, and authored two titles in the series, Introduction to Pastels and Mixed Media. Wright has written several introductions to artists' catalogues and more recently undertook an MA by Research entitled Drawing: conceptual models of landscape space 1999-2002. Wright continues to teach Fine Art, electronic imagery and photography on the degree course at the University of Hertfordshire and is exhibiting work in Britain and Europe. His current practice is concerned with the creative interface between the material processes of painting and drawing and the new developments in lens and digital technologies. He lives in London.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Your Digital Camera 2. Taking Great People Shots 3. Digital Darkroom Techniques 4. Sharing Your Pictures