For those of you who are interested in photography, then this one is for you. A manual on architectural photography gives an in depth look into all of the issues surrounding the art of graphic documentation. And if you are one that is not into architectural photography, I’m pretty sure that you will still benefit from these tips. This book covers eleven valuable chapters takes a look at how one would technically use equipment, to how one would succeed as a professional in this field and many many more pointers.
This dense volume provides a source of education and reference for the practicing photographer, with a historical look at the background of photography, technical vocabulary and techniques (defined in a convenient glossary), equipment and accessories as well as an explanation of design composition.
Furthermore, this manual includes a variety of post-processing techniques and informs you about how to manipulate the imagery on your photo-editing software, colour management, rendering and individual tips on the business aspects.
This dream come true manual is basically everything from A-Z, the best that you would need to up your performance as a photographer. It is complete with images, charts, tables, diagrams and examples supported by a very clear and understandable way of getting around it all. It seems like no questions have been left unanswered.
Now some of you might be asking is it for me?
The answer is yes, if you are interested in architectural photography or even other forms of photography, if you love cameras and capturing those memories, if you want to document your work better, if you want to make a living from it, then you should without a doubt own a copy. With so many tips and tricks to explain the complete photography process, snapping and producing the final print is as easy as 1,2,3. It would most certainly be difficult to find any other manual that rounds up everything as well as this one does. I mean who wouldn’t want a graphically, user-friendly source of information such as this one at your fingertips?
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