Master Lighting Guide for Commercial Photographers
Master Lighting Guide for Commercial Photographers
English | 128 pages | Aug 31 2010 |ISBN:1584281987 | PDF | 3 Mb

 

From lighting glass objects to photographing models indoors and out, this handbook demonstrates how to effectively use and manipulate light using a variety of traditional and unconventional lighting equipment. Written for both the professional and the serious amateur photographer, this guide explains the different types of light and how to work with modifiers such as panels, umbrellas, grids, and mirrors. More than 100 detailed lighting diagrams help ensure proper placement and are useful while pitching ideas to clients. Money-saving equipment and accessory alternatives are discussed along with strategies for working through obstacles during a shoot, making this manual a must-have resource for success on every project.

How to Succeed in Commercial Photography - Insights from a Leading Consultant
How to Succeed in Commercial Photography - Insights from a Leading Consultant
English | 2008 | ISBN: 1581154917 | 240 pages | PDF | 1 MB
 

After more than thirty years in photography, an industry veteran speaks out in How to Succeed in Commercial Photography. These essays provide photographers at every level with all the tools they need for a great career. Author Selina Maitreya offers proven tips for focusing on client needs; building a team from today’s marketing assistants, reps, and consultants; developing an online portfolio; self-promoting; and much more.

Food Styling for Photographers - A Guide to Creating Your Own Appetizing Art
Food Styling for Photographers - A Guide to Creating Your Own Appetizing Art
2008 | ISBN: 0240810066 | English | 272 pages | PDF | 20 MB
 

"You eat with your eyes first," and no one turns a photograph of food into a culinary masterpiece like a food stylist. Food Styling for Photographers is the next best thing to having renowned food stylist Linda Bellingham by your side. Linda has worked with clients Baskin Robbins Ice Cream, McDonald's, Tyson Foods, FritoLay, and many, many more. Professional photographer Jean Ann Bybee has worked with Harry & David, Dominos, Sara Lee, Seven-Up Company, and more. Jean Ann provides a seasoned photographer's point of view with helpful tips throughout.

Exhibiting Photography: A Practical Guide to Choosing a Space, Displaying Your Work, and Everything in Between

Exhibiting Photography: A Practical Guide to Choosing a Space, Displaying Your Work, and Everything in Between
2010 | ISBN: 0240809394 | English | 272 pages | PDF | 4 MB

 

Creating and organizing successful photography exhibitions requires business finesse and expertise as well as artistic ability. Exhibiting Photography offers step-by-step guidance, paired with anecdotes and case studies of real situations to help photographers at any level improve their business skills, explore new exhibiting techniques and learn to self promote with confidence.

Erotic Photography

 

Erotic photography By Alexandre Dupouy
2011 | 256 Pages | ISBN: 1780420897 | DJVU | 12 MB

 

Erotic photo art has lost much of the exquisite and beautiful because of Playboy and other publications that month to the readers is a huge amount of naked girls where art receded into the background. Photos like other arts, sculptures and engravings from the very beginning of its history is known erotic pictures. This book talks about the history and development of erotic photography in France, with the onset of photo-art prior to World War II.

Understanding Shutter Speed: Creative Action and Low-Light Photography Beyond 1/125 Second
Understanding Shutter Speed: Creative Action and Low-Light Photography Beyond 1/125 Second
English | ISBN: 0817463011 | 162 pages | 2008 | PDF | 24 MB
 
 
The first book in the Understanding Photography series, Understanding Exposure, was a runaway best-seller, with more than 250,000 copies sold. Now author Bryan Peterson brings his signature style to another important photography topic: shutter speed. With clear, jargon-free explanations of terms and techniques, plus compelling “before-and-after” photos that pair a mediocre image (created using the wrong shutter speed) with a great image (created using the right shutter speed), this is the definitive practical guide to mastering an often-confusing subject. Topics include freezing and implying motion, panning, zooming, exposure, Bogen Super Clamps, and rendering motion effects with Photoshop, all with helpful guidance for both digital and film formats. Great for beginners and serious amateurs, Understanding Shutter Speed is the definitive handy guide to mastering shutter speed for superb results.