Langford's Starting Photography, Sixth Edition: The guide to creating great images
Focal Press | 2008-12-03 | ISBN: 0240521102 | 352 pages | PDF | 20 MB
'The' Focal Press introductory photography book, this authoritative classic by leading photography writer and lecturer Michael Langford has been refreshed and revised by best-selling photography author Philip Andrews for today's photographers. Strongly focused on digital, but with key references to traditional photography where relevant, to offer a full grounding in the topic, Langford's Starting Photography is an ideal technical introduction
All the core basics are included, from how to select and compose a good picture to how different cameras operate and how to decipher their controls. Different subjects are explored, with advice on how to tackle people, places, animals, landscapes and close-ups, and valuable guidance on presenting and assessing finished work. This established, detailed beginner's guide is the perfect choice if you're looking to develop your knowledge and skills, and take your photography to the next level.
* An established, technical guide to help you master the concepts and techniques behind successful photography
* Strongly focused on digital photography but also covering key traditional methods to give you a full understanding of the topic
* Hundreds of images and illustrations help to inspire and explain so you're out taking great images of your own in no time