7 edition of The Best of Portrait Photography found in the catalog.
May 28, 2003 by Amherst Media .
Written in English
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Bill Hurter is the editor of Rangefinder and the author of The Best of Children's Portrait Photography, Group Portrait Photography Handbook, The Portrait Photographer's Handbook, and The Best of Wedding Photography. He lives in West Covina, by: 1.
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There is one specifically on Portrait Photography, but I find Lighting the Nude to be one of the best books in all of photography. Anyone serious enough to ask this question (and invoke "Light, Science, and Magic") can take the lessons it teaches to any form of photography; certainly general portraiture is not that big of a stretch.
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This book has special appeal for me personally. I started out my portrait photography career primarily photographing babies and children. It is a collection of over 30 talented portrait photographers' techniques and images. Bill is a prolific writer of photography books.
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This book will give you the tools to work toward becoming a successful portrait photographer. Read the book carefully, take notes, and complete the assignments. Becoming a successful portrait photographer is one of the most difficult challenges you will face in photography.
It requires technical knowledge, psychological knowledge, personality. The book is designed to look like one of his work-in-progress notebooks, while his portraits and landscapes have a sense of suspended time as if the meaning of the place and its people remains.
I recently went on a buying frenzy of photography books over at Amazon. One of the books that I purchased was The Perfect Portrait Guide: How to Photograph People by Michael Busselle and David Wilson. Portrait photography has always been the main focus of my own photography and so I was keen to read this book (recommended by a reader of this site).
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Many portrait photographers today elevate their work from mere photo to art, communicating ideas and capturing the human subject with dignity, all while exploring the meaning and potential of. The best photographers that we’ve chosen for list have taken their portraits around the world without the help of a studio environment.
The portrait photography, in this case, seems even more honest and candid, compared to staged pictures, as some of these people might be photographed for the first time in their life.
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what's the best book you've read about portrait photography. I guess most of them talk about lighting too. I'm looking for a new book.
I've read: Understand exposure Skin Michael Grecco's - Lighting and the dramatic portrait. excellent books by the way. Typology of the Portrait Photograph Graham Clarke 71 5 Duchamp'sMasquerades Dawn Ades 94 6 J.
Morgan'sNose: Photographer and Subject in American Portrait Photography Eric Homberger 7 Hoppe'sImpure Portraits: Contextualising the American Types Mick Gidley 8 Images of D. Lawrence: On the Use of Photographs in Biography David El/is Cited by: Portrait photography is a style of photography that portrays human subjects.
Portrait photography has been around since the dawn of photography, when Louis Daguerre invented the daguerreotype in —the same year that Robert Cornelius aimed the camera at himself and took what is widely believed to be the first self portrait photograph (or “selfie” in modern.
When shooting portraits, it's best to set a wide aperture (around f/f/) to capture a shallow depth of field, so the background behind your subject is nicely blurred, making them stand out. The 10 Different Types of Portrait Photography You Should Know.
If you were wondering what kind of portrait photography that might interest you, we have something great. It might just help point you in the right direction. There are 10 different types of portrait photography.
Each one needs different tips, techniques, and approaches. The Portrait is a detailed exploration of both the techniques and practice of portrait photography, making it a must-have resource for professionals, stu dents, and avid amateurs aspiring to advance their photographic skillset.
The book discusses lessons from the masters and the history of photographic portraiture. An older book (), but it is very impressive, both in content and price.
Books like this are also available used, from vendors via Amazon, for maybe $5 including shipping. There are many books about portrait photography, of which I have too many. Some didn't do much for me, but several are pretty good. As you know, Flickr is the best value in photo sharing anywhere in the world.
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Understanding Exposure, 3.For all those basics of photography, exposure is the most important. If you don’t have this down, composition and framing become a moot point in beginner photography.
In this post, you will learn about the ‘stop’ based system for measuring exposure. But, more importantly, how to prioritize the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO for the best Author: Josh Dunlop.