This practical sourcebook is for all photography enthusiasts. It goes to the heart of photography - the image itself - explaining the creative decisions involved in making fresh, stimulating and visually strong pictures. Using a project-by-project workshop approach, Freeman stimulates the reader to see potential pictures, and to become aware of the choices available in organizing the image. The book covers "Essential equipment", "Creating the image", "Changing lenses" and "Light" and "Colour". Illustrated throughout with Freeman's photographs, the book contains much practical instruction and up-to-date information on the latest technical developments. Michael Freeman is the author of the "Collins Photography Workshop" series and the "Collins Photographer's Handbook".
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Today’s sophisticated cameras, lenses and films virtually guarantee a well-exposed, accurately focused image with crisp, colourful detail, allowing the photographer to exploit the subject’s potential to the full. In this indispensable book, Michael Freeman draws on twenty years of experience as a leading international photographer to show you how to make the most of this creative freedom. He covers every important aspect of photography, including the crucial choice of equipment, and has designed projects to help you apply the skills and ideas discussed in the book.
• Written by a top International photographer
• Examines the creative potential of a wide range of subjects and situations
• Gives invaluable guidance on choosing equipment
• Packed with projects designed to improve image-making skills
• Illustrated with over 500 striking photographs, each discussed in detail by the photographer
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