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Digital Flower Photography

Handbook / Manual
By: Sue Bishop(Author)
144 pages, 200 colour photos
Digital Flower Photography
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  • Digital Flower Photography ISBN: 9781861085160 Paperback Dec 2008 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Unlock the secrets of digital flower photography with this inspiring book. Author and acclaimed flower photographer Sue Bishop works through every step of the process - from buying the right equipment to composing the shot and enhancing the picture afterwards on the computer. The book opens with a discussion on equipment and the merits of different cameras, accessories and lenses. Then moves onto using light, colour and background creatively to improve your picture, with useful sections on exposure, depth of field and the rule of thirds. Finally, a special section on Digital Image Processing examines the process of using the computer to improve photographs, adjust brightness and contrast, increase colour saturation, crop, clean and sharpen. This is the essential guide to taking better flower photographs.

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Sue Bishop has been taking photographs for more than 20 years. Her work has sold round the world and has been exhibitions including the Mall Galleries and the Royal Horticultural Society in London.

Handbook / Manual
By: Sue Bishop(Author)
144 pages, 200 colour photos
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