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Photographing children : photo workshop / Ginny Felch with Allison Tyler Jones.

Author/Creator:
Felch, Ginny, author.
Publication:
Indianapolis, Indiana : Wiley Publishing, 2008.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (445 p.)
Edition:
1st edition
Series:
Photo Workshop
Photo Workshop
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Subjects:
Photography of children.
Photography of infants.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
System Details:
text file
Summary:
While digital technology has made acceptable photos easy to achieve, this book is about taking exceptional photos that preserve the essence of childhood.You?ll learn to trust your instincts and your own unique vision and discover how to create beautiful photographs in a variety of lighting situations, all while sharpening your observation skills and learning how to involve your subjects. Plus, insightful tips on understanding what equipment is right for you will help you get great results when working with any age group.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Title; Copyright; About the Authors; Credits; Dedication; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chapter 1: The Art of Photographing Children; Advice for the Aspiring Professional; Be Inspired; Resources for Inspiration; The Importance of Play; Chapter 2: The Look of a Photograph; You Don't Need to Know Everything; Going Beyond Automatic: Exposure Basics; Shutter Speed; Aperture; ISO; Depth of Field; Using Program Modes; What Do You Want?; Chapter 3: Seeing the Light; Learning to See Light; Available Light; The Sweet Light: Dawn and Twilight; Using Reflections and Shadows
Photographing in Fog or With Overcast SkiesFinding Contouring Light; Using Soft Window Light; Knowing when to Compromise; Chapter 4: Manipulating the Light; Indirect Light; Direct Light; To Flash or not to Flash; Direction of Light; Light Modifiers; Color Temperature or White Balance; Basic Studio Lighting; Chapter 5: Composing Photographs; Snapshots Versus Portraits; Focus on Feeling; Keeping it Simple; Framing the Image; Parents as Props; The Rule of Thirds; Using Lines; Breaking the Rules; Chapter 6: What's Your Style?; Classic and Romantic; Contemporary; Photojournalistic Style
Preparing Parents for their Child's PortraitPortrait Planning; Chapter 7: Evoking Expression and Emotion; Observing Emotions and Moods; Visualization; Revealing the Eyes: Gateway to the Soul; Involving your Subjects with Nature; Studying Body Language, Gestures, and Movement; Telling a Story with your Photographs; The Psychology of Photographing Children; Chapter 8: Ages, Stages, and Groups; Newborns; Babies; Toddlers; Preschoolers; School-Age Children; Tweens and Teens; Grouping Families; Chapter 9: Equipment for the Children's Photographer; Considering a Camera Upgrade
Using Interchangeable LensesLooking Inside your Camera Bag; Chapter 10: Post-Production and Presentation; Establishing Your Workflow; Getting Started with Image Editing; Image-Editing Workflow; Basic Retouching; Changing Colors for Impact; Cropping Tips; Presentation Gallery; Glossary; Index
Notes:
Includes index.
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
Jones, Allison Tyler, 1964- author.
ISBN:
0-470-33558-0
OCLC:
811499917