Renowned photographer George Langeas work is guided by one simple truth: An unforgettable photograph is not about what the subject looks like, but what it feels like. In this entirely new kind of photography guide, written by Mr. Lange and Scott Mowbray, magazine editor and longtime amateur photographer, the rest of us will learn how to take photographs that donat just document life but celebrate it. No fancy equipment required. Just hundreds of simple, inspiring ideas and lessonsaeach one illustrated with a photographaorganized around the six essential principles of seeing like a photographer. (Hereas one: Shoot the Moment, Not the Subject.) Hereas why to shoot in natural lightaalways. The fun of putting babies in surprising places. How to get intimate with food. Using a dramatic sky as your backdrop. The benefit of learning to know the light in every room of your house. Shooting hands or feet instead of faces. How to move past the aI was herea postcard effect. How to catch the in-between moments. Because in the end, itas about living the moment, shooting the momentaand being in the moment forever.Look for good image stabilization. When youa#39;re taking pictures in low light with a compact camera, youa#39;ll often need to use a slow shutter speed. ... Manual settings on point-and-shoot cameras can be tricky to access, but are important.
|Title||:||The Unforgettable Photograph|
|Publisher||:||Workman Publishing - 2013-09-10|