A complete guide to the practice and art of the interior photographer. It guides you through the vast choice of equipment and materials available, combines the theory of lighting and composition with practical tips and suggestions for overcoming day-to-day problems, and offers useful advice on presenting and storing images, business skills and administration.
If you are just beginning a career in interior photography this book offers a good resource for ideas and techniques whilst encouraging individual interpretation. Illustrated with stunning colour photographs throughout, the text is written in an easily digestible style, making theory clear and simple to understand. Formerly the 'Manual of Interior Photography', the book now includes interviews with three leading masters of photography: Peter Aprahamian, Brian Harrison, and Andreas von Einsiedel, offering a unique insight into how they work. The current and likely role of digital imaging for the location photographer is also discussed.
Michael Harris works in London as a freelance photographer specializing in interior and architectural photography. His work covers a wide spectrum from industrial and commercial, to residential photography, with clients ranging from magazine publishers and architects to property agents. He is author of 'Professional Architectural Photography', also published by Focal Press.
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Covers all there is to know about architectural photography, including digital vs. film and the appropriate equipment required.Review:
'An ideal briefing document...if you are just getting started - this book is a must.'
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Descripción Focal Press, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110240514750
Descripción Focal Press, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 2nd. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0240514750