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Take your best shot: Essential tips and tricks for shooting amazing photos

Take your best shot: Essential tips and tricks for shooting amazing photos
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S0004166581 771 Leu
Adult Non Fiction Orange At Your Leisure   Griffith . Available .  
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ISBN 9781742455822
Call Number 771 Leu
Author Leuchter, Miriam
Title Take your best shot Essential tips and tricks for shooting amazing photos
Place of production Sydney, NSW : Australian Geographic, an imprint of Bauer Media Ltd., 2014
Notes Includes index.
Brought to you by the experts at Popular photography and Australian Geographic
Illustrated endpapers.
Contents note Introduction. Meet your camera -- Choose a digital camera -- Get some support -- Identify essential skills -- Comprehend composition -- Control color and tonality -- Learn the elements of exposure -- Understand lenses -- Know lense types -- Add lens accessories -- Light it right -- Add and modify light -- Have necessities on hand -- People. Create a mystery -- Master motion blur -- Turn the lights low -- Go bright and white -- Explore environmental interaction -- Rock a live show -- Look to the light -- Compose in midair -- Document the big day -- Flatter the form -- Encompass a crowd -- Shoot extreme action -- Get in close -- Step into the picture -- Let kids be kids -- Take an angle on animals -- Follow the band offstage -- Picture party people -- Go for glamour -- Focus on felines -- Catch kids in motion -- Pose a family portrait -- Go to the dogs -- Places. Encounter animals in the wild -- Zoom way, way out -- Capture some culture -- Shoot from on high -- Shoot a thrill ride -- Depict the desert -- Shoot a sky show -- Look up at interiors -- Shoot the shore -- Dwell on details -- Shoot a watery reflection -- Delve into desertion -- Photograph a cascade -- Capture outdoor drama -- Reimagine a monument -- Zoom in on a zoo -- Get tunnel vision -- Catch some night moves -- See the forest and the trees -- Take it all in -- Ride the waves -- Shoot the city -- Frame a perfect shot -- Catch the magic hours -- Explore watery worlds -- Witness the weather -- Make mountains majestic -- Things. Snap into action -- Beautify bugs -- Zoom in on architecture -- Perfect a sunset -- Close in on abstractions -- Warm up cold-blooded critters -- Use flower power -- Paint with light -- Get the glimmer of glass -- Make beastly abstracts -- Catch planes, trains, and big boats -- Take tasty photos -- Trace star trails -- Shoot some chrome -- Blow smoke -- Set up a still life -- Use pretty lens tricks -- Capture beautiful birds -- Shoot for the moon -- Finishing touches. Perfect your shots with software -- See your work in print -- Organize and store your photos -- Display your photographs -- Permissions forms -- Glossary.
Notes Taking amazing pictures is getting easier and easier with the advances in digital photography. In Take Your Best Shot, the first book in this series with Popular Photography, our expert writers and photographers showed how to capture amazing images in the moment, and how to set up a breath-taking shot. This book takes image-making to the next level, showing how to create a wide range of photo effects, from the subtle (adjusting the color in a picture to create a different mood) to the artistic (compositions merging several photos to dramatic effect) to the downright amazing (how to photograph yourself levitating; it's easier than you think!) Competition titles either treat image-manipulation and trick shots as an afterthought, or concentrate solely on specific software products and techniques. This book does nothing but show such insider hints -- and proves that you don't have to be a Photoshop whiz -- or even own Photoshop -- to pull off the fantastic feats in this book. Set-ups and techniques are described in detail, with easy-to-understand illustrations and diagrams, and a wealth of beautifully inspirational photography. Beginners will learn ways to quickly move into new realms of expertise, and even old pros will pick up some new tricks. Anyone who has ever looked at an amazing composition or a skillful composite and said, "How did they do that?" will find this book irresistible.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Photography Technique
Genre At Your Leisure
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