Digital Infrared Photography PDF ePub eBook

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Digital Infrared Photography free pdf An all-new guide that shows photographers how to explore the eerily beautiful world of infrared images By adding a filter to the camera lens, digital photographers can capture infrared (IR) images featuring brooding skies, dramatic clouds, and bright white instead of green. Illustrated with hundreds of striking IR images taken around the world, this unique guide shows photographers how to get started and get creative with IR. It covers IR basics as well as imaginative techniques that produce eye-catching images--things like long exposures, multiple exposures, and image enhancement with coloring, mirroring, toning, and layering as well as HDR, Photoshop Photomerge, and other Photoshop tools. The book also includes a Gallery of Friends that showcases IR work from top photographers such as Joe Farace and Russell Hart, plus end-of-chapter assignments. Deborah Sandidge (Orlando, FL) is a director and board member of the Orlando Camera Club and guest instructor at the Harmon School of Photography in Orlando. She is also Creative Director for the League of Infrared Photographers (www.irleague.com). Her photos have appeared in gallery exhibits and in several instructional books and magazines.

About Deborah Sandidge

Deborah Sandidge is Creative Director for the League of Creative Infrared Photographers, where novice, amateur, and professional photographers come to learn how to enhance their digital IR photography skills. Her award-winning photography has appeared in many galleries, publications, and venues.

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Author : Deborah Sandidge
Publisher : John Wiley
Data Published : 22 May 2009
ISBN : 047040521X
EAN : 9780470405215
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 256 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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