The Inner Artistry of Outdoor Photography by Mark Lissick

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The Inner Artistry of Outdoor Photography begins where all photographs have their origins – the photographer and the visualized image that comes from their creative inner artist. The book is an in-depth discussion of a creative process that begins with a visualized image and ends with building an image within the camera that closely matches the original concept. Attention is paid to understanding how we respond to visual signals and how compositional decisions can impact the visual strength of the created image.

AWARENESS AND HOW WE VISUALIZE

CREATING AN INNER VISION

HOW WE RESPOND TO IMAGES

BARRIERS TO AWARENESS AND VISUALIZATION

THE PHOTOGRAPHIC PROCESS

THE ART OF DESIGN

BUILDING IMAGES TO MATCH YOUR VISION
 

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Published February 1, 2011 by Mark Owen Lissick. 268 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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