Painting with a Lens: The Digital Photographer's Guide to Designing Artistic Images In-Camera

Painting with a Lens: The Digital Photographer's Guide to Designing Artistic Images In-Camera

Rod Deutschmann, Robin Deutschmann


Arguing that images can be approximately greater than apparatus, capturing modes, and computing device courses, this publication highlights equipment for developing creative pictures within the second an image is taken, instead of later within the enhancing procedure. In stark distinction to the “fix every thing in submit construction” strategy dominating sleek electronic images, this reference demonstrates a extra useful method of capturing each one frame—carefully contemplating the subject’s concentration and opting for the simplest digicam settings, lights, lens selection, and composition to accomplish that aim. starting with simple controls which can have a profound impression in your photographs, resembling shutter velocity and aperture, it is going directly to discover how those settings, besides white stability adjustment, can be utilized to attract out the inventive price inherent in a scene or topic. moreover, a piece on selectively and deliberately including blur results explains the right way to create wild results that can not be accomplished another way. instead of counting on a working laptop or computer to “fix” images, Painting with a Lens provides the instruments necessary to changing into an artist with a camera.

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