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Digital Infrared Photography: Professional Techniques and Images

Digital Infrared Photography: Professional Techniques and Images Presenting advances in infrared photography, which has long been an artful alternative to traditional color or black-and-white photography, this guide provides tips for creating vivid infrared prints. Previsualizing the effects of infrared light on a subject, successfully using Adobe Photoshop to heighten the effects of infrared images, and […]

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Fine Art Flower Photography: Creative Techniques And The Art Of Observation

Fine Art Flower Photography: Creative Techniques And The Art Of Observation By Tony Sweet Acclaimed nature photographer Tony Sweet helps us to see a familiar subject through new eyes in this astonishing collection of flower photography. Ranging from the elegiac to the experimental, these pictures offer a kaleidoscopic survey of innovative photographic techniques–including multiple exposures […]

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The Adobe Photoshop CS4 Book for Digital Photographers

The Adobe Photoshop CS4 Book for Digital Photographers By Scott Kelby ARE YOU READY FOR AN AMAZING NEW VERSION OF THE PHOTOSHOP BOOK THAT BREAKS ALL THE RULES? Scott Kelby, the best-selling Photoshop author in the world today, once again takes this book to a whole new level as he uncovers the latest, most important, […]

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Black and White Photography, Third Revised Edition

Black and White Photography, Third Revised Edition by Henry Horenstein This all-new edition of BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY has been totally redesigned and updated to encompass the latest photographic techniques, materials, and processes. It includes information on new and improved films and printing papers, automation, digital photography, and monochromatic and hand-colored images, as well as […]

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David Busch’s Digital Infrared Pro Secrets

David Buschs Digital Infrared Pro Secrets By David D. Busch Infrared photography can provide unique and flattering portraits, eye-catching close-ups of flowers, travel photographs unlike any you’ve ever seen before, and, if you know a few tricks, a new perspective on sports photography. You may have seen infrared photos without even being aware that they […]

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Witness in Our Time: Working Lives of Documentary Photographers

For those of you who are interested in Documentary Photography / Photo Journalism, here is a great book for you. Witness in Our Time: Working Lives of Documentary Photographers By Ken Light Illustrated with a compelling image from each photographer, Witness in Our Time traces the recent history of social documentary photography in the words […]

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Rick Sammon’s Exploring the Light: Making the Very Best In-Camera Exposures

You may also want to consider a great book from renowned photographer Rick Sammon. Rick Sammon’s Exploring the Light: Making the Very Best In-Camera Exposures This book really inspired me, it’s full of great pictures and as others have said, it’s a great learning tool, especially for an amateur like me. Rick Sammon’s Exploring the […]

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Digital Infrared Photography (Photo Workshop)

I found this book to be a great resource for infrared photography. Digital Infrared Photography (Photo Workshop)by Deborah Sandidge “Digital Infrared Photography,” an all new guide that illustrates and explores the enchantingly beautiful world of infrared images. By simply adding a filter to the camera lens, or using a converted camera, digital photographers can capture […]

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The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 Book: The Complete Guide for Photographers

The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 Book: The Complete Guide for Photographers contains 624 pages of comprehensive and detailed coverage of all aspects of Lightroom. In this book you’ll learn how to: • Work efficiently with images shot in the raw or JPEG format • Import photographs with ease and sort them according to your workflow […]

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Digital Infrared Photography

Digital Infrared Photography by Cyrill Harnischmacher. To record the “invisible light ” has always been an intriguing and fascinating experiment. The infrared part of the light spectrum is outside the range of what the human eye can see, but with a digital camera, we are able to record only this “invisible light ” while blocking […]

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