Teach Yourself VISUALLY Digital Photography by Chris Bucher
(Teach Yourself VISUALLY (Tech))

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All-new update to this complete photography guide-over 125 photography tasks explained!

Teach Yourself VISUALLY Digital Photography, Fourth Edition is a brand new take by a brand new author and professional photographer, who packs this book with heaps of essential tasks and new photos. Step-by-step screen shots show you best practices for completing more than 125 digital photography activities, including composing and lighting pictures; mixing and matching focus and lens settings; cropping, resizing, and sharpening photos; and enhancing photos with software. You'll find great tips and tricks for capturing your best photos and turning them into impressive prints and photo-based projects.As digital photography technology and photo-editing software evolve, so do the latest digital photography techniquesExplores essential digital photography concepts, including composition, lighting, focus, sharpening, and enhancing photos with photo-editing softwareDemonstrates through step-by-step instructions and numerous, full-color screen shots and photos, so you can see exactly how to perform tasksOffers tips and tricks to help you make the best captures and turn them into impressive prints and photo-based projects

See how to produce your best digital photographs ever with this easy-to-follow visual guide!

 

About Chris Bucher

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Chris Bucher is an award-winning, Indianapolis-based commercial, editorial, and fine art photographer, and the author of Lighting Photo Workshop. His work is seen in publications throughout the country and his documentary fine art photography has been exhibited in many galleries in the United States and internationally. He has also been a technical editor for numerous Wiley titles and also has written for projects attached to his editorial photography. Chris is an avid mountain biker, and, along with his wife Jennifer, works with the foster care program of the Humane Society of Indianapolis.
 
Published December 22, 2010 by Visual. 352 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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