By: George Schaub (Author)
160 pages, colour photos
Digital technology has revolutionised photography – nowhere more dramatically than with black-and-white. Interest in the subject has reached an all-time high and this guide, by an esteemed photographer and editor of Shutterbug magazine, is the only complete foundation course on monochrome digital landscape photography. It explains all the basics of the highly popular subject: how to meter and expose scenes so they convert well to greyscale, control how colours are rendered as grey tones, expose for highlights and develop (on the computer) for the lowlights, manage contrast and create a magical print.
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George Schaub teaches digital photography and digital printing workshops and has authored 20 books on photography. He is a member of the faculty at the New School University, Visual & Performing Arts. His work has appeared in Travel & Leisure, Men's Journal, the New York Times and other publications.
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