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Creative Portrait Photography

Author: Natalie Dybisz
Publisher: Ilex Press
ISBN: 1781570140
Size: 44.17 MB
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The very best portrait photography strives to give the viewer access into their subject?s inner self; to provide a window into their soul. With the advent of the digital age and the potential afforded by post-processing, a whole generation of photographic artists has access to greater creative possibilities than ever before. Spearheading this new breed of creative photographer is author Natalie Dybisz, better known in the photographic community as Miss Aniela. Devoted to exploring portraiture at its most creative portraits with context, story, and constructed elements Creative Portrait Photography takes the reader on a behind-the-scenes journey through the creation of Natalie Dybisz?s innovative digital portraits, from first concept to post-processing. Also featuring an extensive showcase chapter in which other photographer-artist?s work and working methods are laid bare, Creative Portrait Photography has everything you need to inspire you and transform your perspective on portrait photography.

Creative Portraits

Author: Harold Davis
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118076187
Size: 74.88 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Go beyond the basic rules of photography to capture stunning portraits Portrait photography is a vital topic for photographers of every level of experience, from amateur to professional. Written by renowned photographer Harold Davis, this inspirational book encourages you to define our own photographic style and capture stunning, creative, and unique portraits. You'll discover tips and techniques for "breaking the rules" of basic digital photography so that you can go beyond the fundamentals such as composition, lighting, and exposure in order to create memorable and incomparable portraits. Explores the most common subject of most photographers-people-and explains when, why, and how to forgo the fundamentals to capture memorable portraits Encourages you to define your own unique photographic style and offers information and inspiration to help you do so Delves into a variety of creative techniques that you can use when exploring ways to take lively and stunning portraits Illustrated with Harold Davis's striking portrait photography, Creative Portraits will both inform and inspire you.

Beyond Portraiture

Author: Bryan Peterson
Publisher: Amphoto Books
ISBN: 0817400273
Size: 37.39 MB
Format: PDF
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Great portraits go beyond a mere record of a face. They reveal one of the millions of intimate human moments that make up a life. In Beyond Portraiture, renowned photographer Bryan Peterson shows how to spot those “ah-ha!” moments and capture them forever. A teary child...old people laughing together...a smiling girl with big, big hair. Everyone remember pictures like these, usually taken by a mother, a father, a friend holding a camera, forever preserving small yet revealing vignettes of our personal histories. But we always relied on pure luck and chance to catch those moments. Peterson’s approach explains what makes a photo memorable, how to spot the universal themes that everyone can identify with, and how to use lighting, setting, and exposure to reveal the wonder and the joy of everyday moments. Beyond Portraiture makes it easy to create indelible memories with light and shadow. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Fantasy Portrait Photography

Author: Kimarie Richardson
Publisher: Amherst Media
ISBN: 9781584281245
Size: 23.13 MB
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Kimarie Richardson shows readers how to use elaborate makeup, costumes and sets to create images that make fantasies come true. Combining these techniques with creative printing and handcolouring, readers can begin to design portraits that are truly works of art.

Self Portrait Photography

Author: Natalie Dybisz
Publisher: Ilex Press
ISBN: 9781907579165
Size: 11.70 MB
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SelfPortraiture has long been one of the most important genres in fine art, and as photographers like Cindy Sherman and Nan Goldin demonstrate, offers unique possibilities for the creative photographer, too. The digital age and in particular, the photosharing site flickr has opened up the field, throwing up a generation of talents who, in presenting images of themselves to the world, offer new ways of seeing oneself. Foremost among these is Natalie Miss Aniela Dybisz. In Self-Portrait Photography, the only book of its kind, she offers a wealth of practical expertise and conceptual finesse. Her startlingly original work is deconstructed: she offers stepbystep worked examples of how unique effects were achieved, and other leading photographers in the genre profile themselves and their work too, all adding up to introducing a wealth of inspirational and technical ideas for todays digital photographer. Photographers at all levels will be inspired to take another look at the model closest to hand themselves.

Photographing Shadow And Light

Author: Joey L.
Publisher: Amphoto Books
ISBN: 0817400141
Size: 48.97 MB
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A behind-the-lens guide by an acclaimed master instructs readers on professional lighting and portrait techniques while sharing informative anecdotes, technical notes, and lighting diagrams.

The Art Of Portrait Photography

Author: Michael Grecco
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780936262857
Size: 62.98 MB
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A collection of over 60 photographs by leading photographer Michael Grecco whose work regularly appears in Entertainment Weekly, Premiere and numerous other entertainment publications. Each shot is carefully analysed from concept to execution providing a valuable insight into his creative and technical methods.

High Impact Portrait Photography

Author: Lori Brystan
Publisher: Amherst Media, Inc
ISBN: 9781584280620
Size: 78.47 MB
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Utilising the high-impact techniques usually reserved for fashion photography, this book brings high-end professional treatment to regular portrait clients and photographers. Brystan, a professional photographer and former Elite model and makeup artist with extensive experience on all sides of fashion photography, here provides techniques that will help readers create portraits that look like they were pulled from the pages of a magazine, learning to tailor images to suit a client's look. Don't miss this unique book. Includes 60 full-colour photos.

Portrait Photography

Author: Mark Cleghorn
Publisher: Lark Books
ISBN: 9781579905484
Size: 48.40 MB
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This book teaches all the fundamentals of portraiture and has detailed photo sequences showing how to arrange light and lighting accessories. It includes information on creating a wide range of styles, choosing the right equipment, composing the background and placing and positioning the subject for maximum effect.

Creative Photography

Author: Helmut Gernsheim
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486267500
Size: 35.82 MB
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First authoritative, comprehensive study of photography from a purely aesthetic point of view, spanning its history from daguerreotypes to modern photo-reportage. 240 superb photographs. First inexpensive paperback edition.