Portrait Photographer's Handbook

^ Read # Portrait Photographers Handbook by Bill Hurter ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB. Portrait Photographers Handbook Get Monte Zuckers Handbook or the 2nd Edition - the Get Monte Zuckers Handbook or the 2nd Edition - the 3rd Is a Mess I waited a few months for the 3rd edition to come out, and now wish I hadnt, due to how it tries to put three books - an introduction to digital photography, a portrait handbook, and a book on Photoshop techniques - into 120 pages. Each of those subjects is far too in-depth to cover well in one book and, even as it is, its poorly done.Chap. 1 - Equipment and Basic Techniques

Portrait Photographer's Handbook

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Rating : 4.25 (984 Votes)
Asin : 158428207X
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 124 Pages
Publish Date : 2013-02-09
Language : English

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"Get Monte Zucker's Handbook or the 2nd Edition - the Get Monte Zucker's Handbook or the 2nd Edition - the 3rd Is a Mess I waited a few months for the 3rd edition to come out, and now wish I hadn't, due to how it tries to put three books - an introduction to digital photography, a portrait handbook, and a book on Photoshop techniques - into 120 pages. Each of those subjects is far too in-depth to cover well in one book and, even as it is, it's poorly done.Chap. 1 - Equipment and Basic TechniquesA good intro to lenses, depth of field, meters, umbrellas, etc.Chap 2 - Good Digital Working TechniquesHere's where it starts to go off track, basically gi. rd Is a Mess" according to Maine Character. I waited a few months for the Get Monte Zucker's Handbook or the 2nd Edition - the 3rd Is a Mess I waited a few months for the 3rd edition to come out, and now wish I hadn't, due to how it tries to put three books - an introduction to digital photography, a portrait handbook, and a book on Photoshop techniques - into 120 pages. Each of those subjects is far too in-depth to cover well in one book and, even as it is, it's poorly done.Chap. 1 - Equipment and Basic TechniquesA good intro to lenses, depth of field, meters, umbrellas, etc.Chap 2 - Good Digital Working TechniquesHere's where it starts to go off track, basically gi. rd edition to come out, and now wish I hadn't, due to how it tries to put three books - an introduction to digital photography, a portrait handbook, and a book on Photoshop techniques - into 120 pages. Each of those subjects is far too in-depth to cover well in one book and, even as it is, it's poorly done.Chap. 1 - Equipment and Basic TechniquesA good intro to lenses, depth of field, meters, umbrellas, etc.Chap 2 - Good Digital Working TechniquesHere's where it starts to go off track, basically gi. Ric Trexell said Just simply a great book.. All that needs to be said is this is a great book, whether you are a digital or film photographer. I took the NYIP course a few years ago and this is like a mini addition to that course in the area of portraits. There is a lot of stuff to learn from it, such as how to position different people that have a smaller eye, a fuller face, a longer face and just about anything you wouldn't have thought of. I also bought the portrait book by Monte Zucker, (his last before his death) and that covered some of this material but I think thi. Maria said Don't judge a book by it's cover. WORTH IT.. Mandatory reading material for my photo course. While the images inside are little outdated the information in there remains relevant. I would strongly recommend for the portrait enthusiast. It'll even help with your selfie game and give you info that will give you great head shots. I had the opportunity to sell mine after the course ended but kept it. I reference it every now and then when I have new client. :)

Combining time-tested practices with contemporary methods, this guidebook details the fine art of capturing formal and casual posed images. With advice and guidance from the finest and most decorated portrait and wedding photographers in the country, this instructional discusses subjects such as lighting in the studio and on location, improving improvisational shooting techniques, and how to retouch images in the post-production process to create truly flawless looks. A chapter addressing the common problems in taking portraitures—from working with subjects with glasses to subjects that vary in size, facial features, and skin tone—is also included.

"This guide offers excellent advice on how to master the complex art of portrait photography."  —Shutterbug

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