The Portrait Photography Course is an essential guide to the principles, practice and techniques of portrait photography. The ability to create an effective portrait is probably the single most important skill any aspiring photographer must master. Few professional photographers, whatever their area of specialisation, can hope to have a successful a career without ever being called upon to create a likeness of another person. Presented and written by a leading portrait photographer, and serving as a practical self-teaching course, this book offers a series of tutorials and assignments designed to build a beginner portrait photographer's experience, and get started on a rewarding career. There are tutorials for every aspect of studio and location work in detail, from establishing mood and personality to lighting scheme diagrams, equipment options, and digital retouching. A must-have for all photography enthusiasts.
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Mark Jenkinson has been a professional photographer for over 25 years working on a wide range of projects including photo-journalism, portraiture, fashion and automotive. His work has appeared in virtually every major magazine in the world including Fortune, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Der Stern, and Playboy to name a few. In 1996 he wrote his first story as a participatory journalist on learning to race motorcycles, since then he has written forty feature stories on sports and adventures that have had him speed skiing, racing motorcycles in the Arctic cold and the desert heat, racing cars, and qualifying for the US luge team. Mark also works on personal fine art projects, and has been teaching photography at New York University's prestigious Tisch School of the Arts for over 25 years.Review:
A good balance of text, illustrative diagrams and photography. With over 200 pages of advice and a guide price of GBP20, it represents excellent value for money. 5* * Digital SLR Photography *
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Descripción A&C Black, 2011. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111408145421