Three more photography books from GMC
Digital Nature and Landscape Photography by Mark Lucock
Landscape photography is one of the last bastions of film; gradually, however, that is changing and more and more leading landscape photographers are adopting digital technology. For many amateurs the question remains whether digital can truly live up to the quality of a Fuji Velvia slide. Mark Lucock is a practicing professional and outlines simple techniques for ensuring that your landscape and nature images are both technically and creatively excellent. Digital Nature and Landscape Photography includes: Understanding the creative aspects of landscape and nature photography. Practical advice for using a digital camera in the field. The digital workflow, including advice on hardware and software. Basic and advanced image-editing techniques. How to create the perfect finished product for screen or print.
9781861085146 PIP PB £16.99
Magic Lantern Guides: Pentax K10D by Peter K. Burian
The K10D 10-megapixel digital camera is proof positive that Pentax has become a serious contender in the digital SLR market. With its impressive 10.2 megapixel image sensor, shake-reduction technology, automatic dust removal cleaning system, weather resistant body seals and more, it’s both feature-packed and an excellent value. This new Magic Lantern Guide details every function and operation of this exciting camera. Page by information-packed page, it helps camera buyers become better photographers by helping them take advantage of every control, as well as providing general principles of photography and lighting.
9781600591853 Lark PB £14.99
Understanding RAW Photography by Andy Rouse
DPNow Book Review: Understanding RAW Photography by Andy Rouse
Understanding RAW Photography offers enthusiastic amateur photographers everywhere a beginning to discover their potential and opens up a whole new world of image processing, allowing you to perfect your images simply and quickly. A RAW image file contains minimally processed data from the image sensor of a digital camera or image scanner. Raw files are so named because they are not yet processed and ready to be used or printed and yet they allow far more flexibility than a JPEG will. Understanding RAW Photography takes the form of an easy-to-follow workflow, covering everything that you need to know right from the start of a shoot, to processing your image and ultimately displaying it in print or on screen.
9781861085153 PIP HB £19.99
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New Photography books from GMC
DPNow New Photography books from GMC
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