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For serious amateur photographers who alraedy shoot perfectly focused, accurately exposed images but want to be more creative with a camera, here's the book to consult. For serious amateur photographers who alraedy shoot perfectly focused, accurately exposed images but want to be more creative with a camera, here's the book to consult.


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For serious amateur photographers who alraedy shoot perfectly focused, accurately exposed images but want to be more creative with a camera, here's the book to consult. For serious amateur photographers who alraedy shoot perfectly focused, accurately exposed images but want to be more creative with a camera, here's the book to consult.

30 review for The A-Z of Creative Photography

  1. 5 out of 5

    Florence

    A decade has passed since "The A -Z of Creative Photography "was published. Its seventy photography techniques update a previous version of his for pre-digital photography. This is important to know, because the author had a strong background in using film some forty years ago. Here we see his present enthusiasm for digital cameras! Many photographers fought against such change, but he took up the challenge in 2010 and was very successful. He said then," The darkroom door was locked for the last A decade has passed since "The A -Z of Creative Photography "was published. Its seventy photography techniques update a previous version of his for pre-digital photography. This is important to know, because the author had a strong background in using film some forty years ago. Here we see his present enthusiasm for digital cameras! Many photographers fought against such change, but he took up the challenge in 2010 and was very successful. He said then," The darkroom door was locked for the last time, I haven't handled a roll of film in almost two years and I own and use less equipment now than ever". He agrees in this 2010 edition that many of his successful captures are now "quick and easy" because of modern technology. Fast forward to 2021, his techniques are all still relevant. A couple of pages in his book that became my favorite were those devoted to Polaroid Photography from the 1970's, mainly because I had just rediscovered my old Polaroid images in an old photo album. People still love this look of film with "faded colors, shady corners, and cross-hatched white borders". It made a comeback in 2010; many consumers found these images more interesting than quick snaps. Many would pay dearly to buy some film and/or a Polaroid camera to reinvent some of these characteristics. That was cost prohibitive then, though I believe there was a later period when some Polaroid cameras and film became popular again. Lee Frost gives us some helpful advice to download free software from www. Poladroid.net to turn your own digital images into a print-ready file. Adobe Photoshop is one of his favorite editing tools for his amazing photographs; they always backup his step-by- step presentation. "How it is Done", "What You Need" and "Top Tips" are a common thread throughout the book to develop your eye for capturing good photos. Lee Frost has earned a spot in my library of photography books! Check it out!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dale

    Lee Frost is a British photographer and prolific author of books about the art and science of photography. The A-Z of Creative Photography was published in 1998 and deals exclusively with film-based photography. Many of the techniques can only be used with film, so the book is not as useful to those of us who now do only digital photography. However, Frost offers many tips on lighting, exposure, and aperture / depth-of-field that are still valid in the digital world. The book is beautifully illus Lee Frost is a British photographer and prolific author of books about the art and science of photography. The A-Z of Creative Photography was published in 1998 and deals exclusively with film-based photography. Many of the techniques can only be used with film, so the book is not as useful to those of us who now do only digital photography. However, Frost offers many tips on lighting, exposure, and aperture / depth-of-field that are still valid in the digital world. The book is beautifully illustrated with examples of each of the 50 techniques, and the explanatory text is lucid and accessible. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who still does darkroom work, and would recommend it less strongly to digital photographers.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Shari

    I've read most of this book. When I first got it, it was totally over my head and I didn't really understand it all. Now that I've been studying photography it's all making a lot more sense. I'll use this book as a reference once in a while. It covers beginner and advance basics of photography as well as many different techniques in photography. I've read most of this book. When I first got it, it was totally over my head and I didn't really understand it all. Now that I've been studying photography it's all making a lot more sense. I'll use this book as a reference once in a while. It covers beginner and advance basics of photography as well as many different techniques in photography.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Corinne

    A really good book for people wanting to experiment with their photography. It gives you some great photographic ideas while explaining step by step just how to produce the result you want in your photography work.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Einar

    litt utdatert, men det som fortsatt funker i en digital verden er kult

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kendell

    I found a lot of nice quick tips in this book that I didn't know before. Great for reference. I found a lot of nice quick tips in this book that I didn't know before. Great for reference.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ruel Tafalla

    Great Book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Joann Jozwiak

  9. 4 out of 5

    Anthony

  10. 5 out of 5

    Dora

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rosemary

  12. 5 out of 5

    Joe Stewart

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jaclyn

  14. 4 out of 5

    Melanie 'melli'

  15. 4 out of 5

    Miluše Olšáková

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lacy LeBlanc

  17. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie

  18. 5 out of 5

    David Rowley

  19. 4 out of 5

    Shriram Ramani

  20. 5 out of 5

    Shaun

  21. 5 out of 5

    Monica

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kari

    Sí, es un libro dedicado a la fotografía análoga. Sí, mucha gente la practica. Sí, es genial. Y sí, varias de las técnicas y recomendaciones aquí ilustradas pueden servir a los fotógrafos digitales. Lee Frost nos da un libro que no sólo habla de la parte técnica, sino de los pormenores y precauciones que un fotógrafo debe tener al ir por la vida buscando la imagen perfecta; sino que también nos da consejos que despiertan la creatividad y las ganas de intentar cosas distintas, incluso sin poseer Sí, es un libro dedicado a la fotografía análoga. Sí, mucha gente la practica. Sí, es genial. Y sí, varias de las técnicas y recomendaciones aquí ilustradas pueden servir a los fotógrafos digitales. Lee Frost nos da un libro que no sólo habla de la parte técnica, sino de los pormenores y precauciones que un fotógrafo debe tener al ir por la vida buscando la imagen perfecta; sino que también nos da consejos que despiertan la creatividad y las ganas de intentar cosas distintas, incluso sin poseer el mega equipo de un fotógrafo profesional, pues muchos de los tips dados por Frost tienen que ver con el “usté no se preocupe, el equipo no importa, sino la visión; DIY!”. Al leerlo de corrido puede ser un poco tedioso, porque algunas técnicas requieren pasos similares en algún punto de sus procedimientos, por ello puede sonar repetitivo; sin embargo, si se lee como una guía de consulta a la que uno se asoma cada que lo necesita, es bueno tener esa información repetida para ponerla en juego al fotografiar. Cabe decir que no es una guía para los fotógrafos que nunca han tenido contacto con la jerga, ya que Frost no se ocupará en explicar las partes de la cámara o del revelado, ni de qué es el número f o la velocidad de obturación. Pero sí es para amateurs como su servilleta xD, que aunque conocen esas cosas, son unos bebés de la fotografía. Dado que siempre hay algo que aprender, me imagino que los fotógrafos pro también pueden darle una hojeada y decir: YASS! [image error]

  23. 5 out of 5

    Faith Pineda

  24. 5 out of 5

    Bridget Weller

    A instruction book very much targetting people who use film. Does anyone still do that?

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kathi

  26. 5 out of 5

    Bridgette

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    Anna

  28. 5 out of 5

    Louise

  29. 4 out of 5

    Richard

  30. 4 out of 5

    Yogaa Siraa

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