Exploring Color Photography Fifth Edition

Author: Robert Hirsch
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 113608973X
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Power. of. Nature: Visceral. vs. Theoretical. Most photo-based imagemakers do
not spend much of their time discussing Hegel,Descartes, orDerrida. Whattheydo
discuss is what work gets shown in the major venues and what work is ignored.
Over thepastfew decadesphotography«s critical dialogue has beendominated by
European academic theoreticians whose postmodern philosophies appear to
maintain that there is greater value inthe role of the interpreter than thatof the

Digital Landscape Photography

Author: Tim Gartside
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781592001071
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Using one dominant color with a secondary hue present can create an immediate
and powerful effect. The narrowing of the visual spectrum lets the subject matter
become more dominant. Shapes and form take on a more important role in the
power of the final image. Silhouettes can also work very well with monochromatic
colors as they let you create a graphic interpretation of the subject.
COMPLEMENTARY COLORS Nature offers a world of color in many different
forms. There are ...

Close Up Photography In Nature

Author: John and Barbara Gerlach
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 113504659X
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This book will change the way you see the world as well as the way you share it through your work! the world through your work!

Go Outside And Come Back Better

Author: Ron Lizzi
ISBN: 9781939435781
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Sprinkled with wisdom from naturalist John Muir, the book provides an uplifting look at life and the outdoors.

The Focal Encyclopedia Of Photography

Author: Michael R. Peres
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1136106138
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Nature photography embraces a myriad of photographic styles: landscapes;
seascapes; underwater; underground; wildlife and flora; close-ups of flowers and
insects; and representations of climates, weather, and seasons, among others. ...
difficult for the nature photographer, because it is hard to go anywhere in this
world without seeing some sign of Homo sapiens—whether it is a power pole, or
the vapor trails of an airliner over the sheep-manicured fells of the English Lake

The New Art Of Photographing Nature

Author: Art Wolfe
Publisher: Amphoto Books
ISBN: 0770433758
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In this fully revised edition of the classic bestseller The Art of Photographing Nature, master photographer Art Wolfe and former Audubon photo editor Martha Hill team up to explain the art of composing images of enduring beauty.

The British Journal Of Photography

Author: T. A. Malone
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To a great extent I think this to be true. To me the beauty of form displayed in such
a super-eminent degree in the works of Raphael, never appears to have the
same power of expressing subtle thought and teiider feeling when it is allied with
colour What can be done by the aid of form alone is also wonderfully illustrated in
some of the works of Turner, our great landscape-painter. The designs for these
engravings are for the most part in colour, and I have frequently remarked that
many ...