Jim Zuckerman's Secrets to Great PhotographsUnknown - 2003
Even experienced photographers second-guess themselves when it comes to exposure. Jim Zuckerman gives readers the know-how to expose their pictures confidently and precisely every time. With hundreds of photographs that cover every lighting situation imaginable, the book trains photographers to recognize situations in which light meters will be ineffective, and then counsels them on how to deal with each situation, including: Snow Backlighting and twilight Fill flash Macro subjects Extreme contrast Once readers have mastered the technical aspects, Perfect Exposure takes them a step further by providing creative tips on metering for various artistic effects. Beautifully illustrated with more than 200 of Zuckerman's flawless nature photographs, the book will have readers alternately learning and gawking as they improve their own work. Jim Zuckerman is one of the best nature and travel photographers working today. He is the author of Digital Effects, Secrets of Color in Photography and Techniques of Natural Light Photography and is a contributing editor to Peterson's Photographic Magazine. He lives in Northridge, California.
Publisher: Cincinnati, Ohio : Writer's Digest, 
Edition: First edition.
Copyright Date: ©2003
Branch Call Number: 771 Z83
Characteristics: 143 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
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