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Photographing Horses

Author: Lesli Groves
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1461749840
Size: 68.10 MB
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This easy-to-understand guide shows how to overcome technical limitations and learn to see horses in a new light, fine-tuning observation skills, and discovering how to take best advantage of photo opportunities. Groves shows how to take portraits of people and horses together, and includes tips for taking cameras on the trail and adjusting shutter speed for such action events as jumping, reining, and barrel racing.

Equus

Author: Tim Flach
Publisher:
ISBN: 9783896605917
Size: 49.36 MB
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Equestrian Photography

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Publisher: Amherst Media, Inc
ISBN: 1682032213
Size: 69.78 MB
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In this book, Barbara Bower (Lorain, OH) teaches beginning and professional photographers how to embrace the art and technique of horse photography. Readers will learn how to prepare a horse and their owner for a portrait session and will also discover how to analyze the portrait location—whether it’s a barn, field, or show grounds—to determine the most effective subject placement. When working on location, and particularly outdoors, lighting can be a challenge. Bower provides tips for finding and capturing exquisite light—or modifying existing light for better results—to bring out the beauty and detail in the horse’s every feature. She also teaches readers how to interact with horses safely and effectively and to use prompts that win their attention and evoke beautiful physical expression.

Rick Sammon S Evolution Of An Image

Author: Rick Sammon
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317219791
Size: 71.95 MB
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Rick Sammon’s Evolution of an Image illustrates the creative photographic process from start to finish. In this book, Canon Explorer of Light Rick Sammon pulls back the curtain to prove that creating amazing photographs is a well-thought-out process that involves several stages. Comprising 50 case studies that examine photographs taken by Rick around the world in a wide variety of shooting situations, Evolution of an Image shows the power of creative thinking, getting it right in the camera, and the careful use of image processing using Lightroom. By including his outtakes— and the reasons that he considers them outtakes— Rick suggests the steps that every photographer should take in order to improve their images. Combining technical advice with tips on lighting, composition and using Lightroom, this book will motivate and encourage those looking to evolve as creative photographers and digital darkroom artists. Key features include: • More than 200 before-and-after photographs • Fully illustrated sections on wildlife, seascape, landscape, scenic, action and people photography • Screen grabs showing Rick’s Lightroom adjustments • Suggestions on working in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom as well as Adobe Photoshop • Special section on Rick’s "Sammonisms," or quick tips on getting the best in-camera image • Advice on evolving as a photographer • Inspirational photographs from Provence, the Palouse, Kenya, Antarctica, Iceland, Alaska, Mongolia, Myanmar, Colorado and more

Horse Photography

Author: Carol J. Walker
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1620957329
Size: 25.68 MB
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Catching a horse at exactly the right moment, in precisely the right environment, is a challenge, but Horse Photography offers the answers. Walker covers technical details such as camera and lens selection, background and lighting, and the book offers more: Walker’s own perspective as a horsewoman. Her explanation of the horse’s gaits, for example, will open every photographer’s eyes to the most beautiful moments of a horse in motion, and yield finer, more powerful results. Readers will also benefit from Walker’s insights into “horse psychology” and how the horse as a prey animal reacts to equipment, location, even separation from the herd. Outstanding example images by Walker offer inspiration while the clear text explains the technical details; together they create a resource any amateur photographer will come to rely on.

4 H Guide To Digital Photography

Author: Daniel Johnson
Publisher: Voyageur Press
ISBN: 1616732245
Size: 53.45 MB
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Suddenly, anyone with a cell phone is a photographer. This book takes the basics of digital photography and makes them the tools for creative, interesting, and artistic picture-taking. Illuminating the most popular of 4-H projects, Daniel Johnson instructs beginners in the basics of composition, lighting, and the use of flashes--among other fundamentals of capturing a picture that’s more than just “flash.” With step-by-step, illustrated directions, along with spectacular examples, this book is the perfect starting point for 4-H’rs taking up digital photography--and for anyone who wants to learn how to take superior digital pictures.

Horse A Portrait

Author: Christiana Slawik
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781595435965
Size: 50.40 MB
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Award-winning photographer Christiane Slawik takes you on a worldwide tour to view her portraits of the most magnificent horses on the planet. The full-color, large format wall calendar features daily grids with ample room for jotting appointments, birthdays and reminders. Also includes four bonus months of September through December 2014; moon phases; U.S. and international holidays.