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The Photographer S Eye by John Szarkowski
Based on a landmark exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in 1964, a classic introduction to the visual language of photography features sequenced groupings of 172 photographs drawn from the history and range of the medium while offering insight into challenges faced by photographers. Reprint.
The Photographer S Eye Remastered 10th Anniversary by Michael Freeman
Design is the single most important factor in creating successful photographs. The ability to see the potential for a strong picture and then organise the graphic elements into an effective, compelling composition has always been one of the key skills in taking photographs. Of course, digital photography has brought a new, exciting aspect to design ? first because the instant feedback from a digital camera allows immediate appraisal and improvement, and second because image-editing tools make it possible to alter and enhance the design after the shutter has been pressed. This book shows how anyone can develop an eye for `seeing? great digital photos. The Photographer?s Eye explores all the traditional approaches to composition and design, but crucially it also addresses digital techniques that extend the possibilities of the medium without compromising the photographer?s vision.
The Photographer S Eye Graphic Guide by Michael Freeman
First published in 2013. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Australia The Photographer S Eye 3rd Ed by Nick Rains
Australia The Photographer's Eye is a stunning collection of images by award-winning photographer Nick Rains, who has travelled the country with his camera, capturing Australia's diverse landscapes. Featuring images from more than 30 regions around Australia, this book showcases the country's many photo-worthy destinations, from isolated outback locations to urban areas. Each regional chapter contains touring information, maps and photographic hotspots alongside Nick's favourite photos. In the Photo Tips section, Nick shares all the practical tips and techniques needed to achieve some of his iconic shots. With Australia The Photographer's Eye, you'll have all the inspiration and practical information you need to start your own photographic journey.
The Photographer S Eye A Graphic Guide by Michael Freeman
Taking a new look at composition, the theme of his best-selling classic The Photographer?s Eye, Michael Freeman now explores the visual mechanics of photography in its own native terms. Lushly illustrated with straight-to-the-point diagrams and graphic deconstructions, this book speaks in that intuitive, visual, and instantaneous language in which photographers think and work. Each section is organised into discrete units that articulate a working method for communicating particular ideas and capturing certain subjects. Dive into beautiful images and explore how each compositional element is placed and arranged in relationship to each other. Examine the outtakes from each shoot to understand why one particular image succeeded, compared to those shot before and after. Track the viewer?s eye as it moves throughout the photo to see the optical dynamics held within each frame. And most of all, internalise this graphic language so you can instantly recognise amazing and powerful shots as they appear in your own viewfinder.
The Photographer S Mind by Michael Freeman
Describes the components of a good photograph--purpose, style, and technique--and offers illustrative examples of the concepts within each section that were created using digital technology.
The Photographer S Eye Digitally Remastered 10th Anniversary Edition by Michael Freeman
Design is the single most important factor in creating a successful photograph. The ability to see the potential for a strong picture, then to organise the graphic elements into an effective, compelling composition has always been one of the critical skills in making photographs. Since its first publication in 2007, The Photographer's Eye has established itself as the essential work on this subject, and a key book for modern photographers, with hundreds of thousands of copies sold. It explores all the traditional approaches to composition and design and, crucially, also covers digital possibilities like stitching and HDR. In keeping with the book's purpose "to expand the possibilities of the medium without compromising the photographer's vision" this edition has been completely remastered to celebrate its tenth anniversary. All-new digital reproduction, not available when the book first came out, gives the author's photography a fresh new look, while retaining the know-how that has given a generation of photographers new purpose.
The Photographer S Eye by John Szarkowski
Michael Freeman S The Photographer S Eye by Michael Freeman
The Photographers Eye was the first systematic guide to photographic composition, and Michael Freemans practical and authoritative advice quickly won a wide readership that made the book a best-seller worldwide and makes it required reading for all serious photographers. In the companion volume, The Photographers Eye: A Graphic Guide, he develops his theme using a uniquely visual approach; illustrations and diagrams bring Freemans expertise to life so you can instantly understand how and why a picture works. Together, they represent the last word on the subject, and presenting both books in hardback in a substantial cloth-bound slipcase, this two-book set will prove an enduring reference to the central photographic art.
Basic Critical Theory For Photographers by Ashley La Grange
Basic Critical Theory for Photographers generates discussion, thought and practical assignments around key debates in photography. Ashley la Grange avoids the trap of an elitist and purely academic approach to critical theory, taking a dual theoretical and practical approach when considering the issues. Key critical theory texts (such as Sontag's 'On Photography' and Barthes' 'Camera Lucida') are clarified and shortened. La Grange avoids editorilising, letting the arguments develop as the writers had intended; it is the assignments which call into question each writer's approach and promote debate. This is the ideal book if you want to understand key debates in photography and have a ready-made structure within which to discuss and explore these fascinating issues. It is accessible to students, from high school to university level, but will also be of interest to the general reader and to those photographers whose training and work is concerned with the practical aspects of photography. Also includes invaluable glossary of terms and a substantial index that incorporates the classic texts, helping you to navigate your way through these un-indexed works. The book also contains useful information on photo-mechanical processes, explaining how a photograph can appear very differently, and as a result be interpreted in a range of ways, in a variety of books. *Understand the gulf between practical photography and critical theory *Benefit from the international practical assignments and discussions to understand the relevance of the theory of photography *Inspiring, international images help explain relevant points