Aperture Digital Photography Fundamentals
Publisher: Apple Computer, Inc. 2005
Number of pages: 47
Aperture is a powerful digital photography application designed to help you produce the best images possible. The following chapters explain how your camera captures a digital image, how images are displayed onscreen and in print, and how cameras, displays, and printers measure image resolution.
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by Chris Weeks
Professional photographer Chris Weeks, who fell in love with street photography the moment he started analogue photography, lives and works in Los Angeles. He compiled this photography ebook for the purists. Street Photography is about sympathy.
Basic photography is using light to record an image onto a medium - paper or a computer display. Contents: Introduction; The camera; Exposure controls; Digiscoping; Composition; Critique; Printing processes; History; Exposure tables; Flash tables.
by Arthur Hammond - American photographic publishing
To tell a photographer how to compose his pictures is like telling a musician how to compose music, an author how to write a novel or an actor how to act a part. Such things can only grow out of the fulness and experience of life.
The book deals with the nuts and bolts of digital photography. This guide assumes that you know how to use your camera in automatic mode and that you have your manual handy so you can work out how to do the things described here using your camera.