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Posing, Composition and Cropping is a master guide explaining how best to pose, compose and crop your portrait shots, specifically for digital portrait photographers. The book begins by explaining how to conceive a successful image for the specific client. Right from the very beginning, it is made clear that different people will need different styles of shot, to represent their personality and job. Christopher Grey uses key posing tips and ideas to enable you to pose your clients exactl...
Tabletop Photography is the latest in a line of helpful and innovative books from rockynook. Tabletop photography is something that everyone can have a go at, and this book talks you through a number of ways that you can create brilliant tabletop photography images without breaking the bank in the process. A tabletop studio is a great place for photographers to experiment and perfect some key skills such as macro and close up photography, and using the correct lighting to compliment a sc...
This paper back book in Focal Press' handy 19x24.5cm format is part of the Essential Skills series which has a school text book approach so it won't suit those who prefer an armchair read. This is a get up and do it book. Each chapter has a section with information on particular aspects of studio photography along with several useful assignments to help you practice and grasp the subject. Then at the end there's a revision bit which checks your understanding of the subject. The chapters cover ba...