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Mastering Digital Exposure and HDR Imaging Understanding the Next-Generation of Digital Cameras

Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Chris Weston
192 pages, 300 images
Mastering Digital Exposure and HDR Imaging
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  • Mastering Digital Exposure and HDR Imaging ISBN: 9782940378296 Hardback May 2008 Out of Print #172832
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Mastering Digital Exposure will take the "pro and aspiring pro" remit of the Mastering photography series into the little-understood realm of digital exposure. Of all the disciplines necessary for good photography, exposure remains the most challenging. Digital cameras have added to that challenge by introducing new considerations when dealing with exposure. These are sometimes complex (e.g. the linear nature of digital sensors, the occurrence of digital noise, mastering the digital histogram); often they are generic to photography but their application is different to that for film (e.g. white balance, ISO equivalency, dynamic range). A few will form the basis of the development of the next generation of digital cameras, in particular High Dynamic Range imaging. All of them need explaining and this book will be the first to do it, comprehensively, for the commercial digital user.

Mastering Digital Exposure covers all aspects of controlling and managing exposure in-camera for commercially-viable results explored and discussed in language suitable for professionals and aspiring professionals. The book includes case studies from real-world projects and assignments, both studio and field based.

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Handbook / Manual Out of Print
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