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Complete digital photography

Author: Ben Long
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Cengage Learning PTR, [2015]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 8th edView all editions and formats
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A guide through the creative and challenging world of digital photography. It helps you create great digital photos, from how a camera works and how to choose the right camera for you, to all the  Read more...

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All Authors / Contributors: Ben Long
ISBN: 130525872X 9781305258723
OCLC Number: 872618426
Description: xx, 598 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm
Contents: 1.Eyes, Brains, Lights, and Images --
Understanding How You See --
How Your Eyes See --
Transmitting Color to the Brain --
Light and Dark --
Summing Up --
How to Learn Photography --
2.Getting to Know Your Camera --
Using Auto Mode for Snapshot Shooting --
Camera Basics --
Point-and-Shoot or SLR --
Mirrorless Cameras --
Battery, Media Card, Power Switch --
Shooting in Auto Mode --
Setting Your Camera to Auto Mode --
Framing Your Shot --
Focal Length --
How to Press the Shutter Button --
Managing Flash in Auto Mode --
Using Auto Mode in Low Light --
Adjusting the Focus of the Viewfinder --
Practice Shots --
Shutter Speed and Status --
Reading Shutter Speed --
When Shutter Speed Can't Go Low Enough --
Playing Back Your Images --
Using Scene Modes --
Snapshot Tips --
Pay Attention to Headroom --
Fill the Frame --
Don't Be Afraid to Get in Close --
Lead Your Subject --
Remember: Your Knees Can Bend --
Watch the Background Watch Out for Backlighting --
Understand Flash Range --
Coverage --
3.Camera Anatomy --
Holding and Controlling Your Camera --
Point-and-Shoots and SLRs Revisited --
A Very Fancy Box --
What an Image Sensor Does --
Point-and-Shoot Design --
SLR Design --
Camera Parts --
The Lens --
Basic Controls --
Mode Selection --
Status Display --
Shooting Controls --
Menu Activation and Navigation --
Flash System --
Playback Controls --
Configuring Your Camera --
Date and Time --
Image Size and Compression --
File Format --
Image Processing Parameters --
Other Features --
Holding the Camera --
The Grip --
Feet, Elbows, and Neck --
More Practice with Auto --
Shoot with a Fixed Focal Length --
Camera Care and Maintenance --
Batteries and Power --
Lens Cleaning --
UV Filters --
Sensor Cleaning --
Water and Digital Cameras --
Cold Weather --
Hot Weather and Digital Cameras --
Media Cards --
Additional Storage Options --
Laptop Computers --
Tablets Portable Battery-Powered Hard Drives --
Netbook Computers --
Blank Discs, Cables, and PC Adapters --
4.Image Transfer --
Building a Workstation and Transferring from Your Camera --
Choosing a Computer --
Storage --
Backup --
Backup Software --
Monitors --
Preparing Your Monitor --
A Little More Color Theory --
Profiling and Calibrating Your Monitor --
Software --
Two Approaches to Workflow --
Browsing and Cataloging Applications --
Photoshop Variations --
Workflow Applications --
Raw Converter Compatibility --
Other Software --
Importing Images --
Card Readers --
Transferring Images to a Windows 7 Computer --
Transferring Images to a Windows 8 Computer --
Using Adobe Photo Downloader --
Transferring Images to a Macintosh Computer --
Configuring Your Mac for Image Transfer --
Transferring Images Manually Using Windows or a Mac --
Renaming and Organizing --
Moving On --
5.Image Sensors --
How a Silicon Chip Captures an Image --
How an Image Sensor Works Counting Photons --
A Little Color Theory --
Interpolating Color --
Turning Data into an Image --
Colorimetric Adjustment --
Color Space Conversion --
Gamma Correction --
White Balance and Image Processing --
Sharpening and Noise Reduction --
JPEG Compression and Saving --
How JPEG Compression Works --
Meanwhile...Back in the Real World --
6.Exposure Basics --
The Fundamental Theory of Exposure --
Stops --
Over- and Underexposure Defined --
Exposure Control Mechanisms --
Shutter Speed --
Aperture --
Less Is More --
Why There Are Two Ways to Control Light --
How Shutter Speed Choice Affects Your Image --
Depth of Field --
How Aperture Choice Affects Your Image --
Shutter Speed/Aperture Balance --
Reciprocity --
ISO --
the Third Exposure Parameter --
Reciprocal ISOs --
ISO and Noise --
Fractional Stops --
Summing Up --
Returning to Auto Mode --
7.Program Mode --
Taking Control of Exposure, Focus, and More --
Switching to Program Mode --
Focusing Revisited How Autofocus Works --
Autofocus Modes --
Evaluating Focus --
The Golden Rule of Focus --
White Balance --
Auto and Preset White Balance --
Manual White Balance --
Assessing White Balance --
White Balance Shift --
White Balance Bracketing --
Avoid White Balance Concerns Altogether --
White Balance Aids --
Cell Phone Cameras and White Balance --
Drive Mode --
Shooting in Drive Mode --
Self-Timer --
Remote Controls --
Manual Override with Program Shift (Flexible Program) --
Calculating a Safe Shutter Speed for Handheld Shooting --
Stabilization and Shutter Speed --
Do You Really Need to Calculate Handheld Shutter Speed? --
Changing ISO --
Fractional ISO Numbers --
Putting It All Together --
8.Advanced Exposure --
Learning More About Your Light Meter and Exposure Controls --
The Light Meter Revisited --
Locking Exposure --
What Your Light Meter Meters --
The Risks of Over- and Underexposure --
Adjusting Exposure --
Exposure Compensation Exposure Compensation and Program Shift --
Controlling Exposure with Your Light Meter --
Priority Modes --
Manual Mode --
Which Method Should You Use? --
In-Camera Histograms --
Histograms Defined --
Assessing Contrast --
The Three-Channel Histogram --
Bracketing --
Auto Bracketing --
Scene Modes Revisited --
Image Processing Parameters Revisited --
Exposure Strategy --
Enough with the Button Pushing --
9.Finding and Composing a Photo --
Learning the Art of Photography --
Looking Versus Seeing --
Seeing Exercises --
Warming Up --
Make an Assignment --
Look at Other Photos --
Sketch and Draw --
Pay Attention and Do What Works for You --
Finding a Subject --
Photography as Abstraction --
Know Your Audience --
Building a Shot --
Choosing a Camera Position and Focal Length --
Shooting Shallow Depth of Field --
Composition --
Four Things All Good Compositions Have --
Other Compositional Ideas --
How a Good Composition Is Made Four Practices for Better Shooting --
Seeing in the Camera, Not Through the Camera --
Work the Subject --
Find a Narrative --
Don't Be Afraid --
Equipment Doesn't Matter (Usually) --
Combining Art and Craft --
10.Lighting --
The Process of Controlling Light --
Controlling Available Light --
Broad and Narrow Lighting --
Flash Photography --
Flash Modes --
Flash White Balance --
Using Flash in Low Light --
High ISO Low-Light Shooting --
Slow Sync Flash Mode --
Using Fill Flash in Bright Light --
External Flash --
What to Look for in an External Flash --
Shooting with External Flash --
Getting Your Flash off the Camera --
Slow Sync Flash --
Further Lighting Study --
11.Raw Shooting --
Gaining More Editing Power Through Raw Format --
What Raw Is --
Why Use Raw? --
Editable White Balance --
Highlight Recovery --
More Editing Latitude --
Digital “r;Negative”r; --
Batch Processing --
Nondestructive Editing --
The Downsides of Raw Raw Files Use More Storage --
Other People May Not Be Able to Read Your Files --
Your Software of Choice May Not Support Your Camera --
Workflow Can Be a Bit More Complicated --
Configuring Your Camera to Shoot Raw --
12.Special Shooting --
Camera Features and Techniques for Specific Situations --
Black and White --
You Say Red, I Say Gray --
Seeing in Color, Shooting in Black and White --
Black-and-White Exposure --
Infrared Photography --
Stable Shooting --
Landscape Photography --
Keep an Eye Out for Flare --
Exposing for Extreme Depth of Field --
Depth of Field and Subject Size --
Tilt-and-Shift Lenses and Depth of Field --
Shooting Panoramas --
Preparing Your Camera for Panoramic Shooting --
Proper Panoramic Panning --
Panoramic Exposure --
Shoot with Care --
Collaging --
Macro Photography --
What's Different About a Macro Lens --
Macro Focusing --
Macro Depth of Field --
Improving Macro Depth of Field Finding the Optimal Macro Focal Length on a Point-and-Shoot Camera --
Lens Reversal --
High-Dynamic Range (HDR) Imaging --
Shooting HDR --
Shooting Concerts and Performances --
Setup --
Exposure Strategy --
Performance Composition --
Shooting Events --
Exposure Strategy --
Shooting Sports --
Exposure Strategy --
Street Shooting --
Offering Something in Return --
Using Street Shots --
Exposure Strategy --
Shooting at Night --
Low Light Focus --
Real-World Low Light Shooting --
Underwater Photography --
Vacation Shooting --
Product Shots --
Using Filters --
Types of Filters --
Lens Extensions for Point-and-Shoot Cameras --
Exploring on Your Own --
13.Workflow --
Managing Your Images and Starting Postproduction --
Postproduction Workflow --
Getting Started with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom --
Understanding Lightroom and Its Catalog --
Importing --
Image Folders --
What Happens When You Import into Lightroom? --
Selecting Your Pick Images --
Sorting Images IPTC Metadata --
Keywording --
Pushbutton Keywording in Lightroom --
Editing Keywords in Lightroom --
Why Keywords and Metadata Matter --
Image Forensics --
Geotagging --
Automatic Geotagging --
Why Geotag Your Images? --
Additional Workflow Steps --
Correcting and Editing --
Output --
Archiving and Backup --
Cataloging --
Mobile Workflow --
Taking Your Images on the Road --
Integrating Cell Phone Pictures into Your Workflow --
No Right or Wrong Approach to Workflow --
14.Editing Workflows and First Steps --
Understanding the Order of Edits and Making Your First Adjustments --
Editing Order --
Histograms Revisited --
Preparing Lightroom --
The Lightroom Develop Module --
Cropping --
Nondestructive Editing --
Saving Your Image --
Straightening --
Correcting Geometric Distortion --
Correcting Perspective --
Correcting Chromatic Aberrations --
Dust and Spot Removal --
Red Eye --
Undo and History --
15.Correcting Tone Ensuring That White, Black, and Overall Contrast Are Correct --
Correcting Tone --
Basic Edits --
Auto Adjustment --
Curves --
Learning to See Black as Black --
Next Steps --
16.Correcting Color --
Repairing, Improving, and Changing Color --
Color Channels --
White Balance --
Adjusting White Balance in a Raw File --
More About White Balance --
Manual White Balance --
Correcting White Balance When There's No Gray to Sample --
White Balance and Posterizing --
When “r;Correct”r; White Balance Isn't the Best Choice --
Saturation and Vibrance --
Vibrance --
Hue/Saturation --
Copying Your Edits from One Image to Another --
The Story So Far --
17.Selective Editing and Masks --
Making Edits to Specific Parts of an Image --
Selective Editing in Lightroom --
Masking in Photoshop --
Launching an Image from Lightroom to Photoshop --
External Editor Options --
Selections and Masks --
Basic Masking with the Quick Selection Tool Working with Virtual Copies --
Masking Complex Edges --
Saving Masks --
Some Layer Basics --
Creating, Deleting, and Moving Layers --
18.Photoshop Adjustment Layers --
Advanced Tools for Adjustments and Corrections --
Levels --
Adjustment Layers --
Other Adjustment Layer Types --
Where Should You Edit? Lightroom or Photoshop? --
19.Black-and-White Conversion --
Turning Your Color Images into Black-and-White Images --
Lightroom B&W Controls --
Black-and-White Adjustment Layers --
Sepia Toning --
Split Toning --
Black-and-White Plug-ins --
Refining a Grayscale Image --
Getting a Silver Look --
Low-Contrast Images --
20.Layers, Retouching, and Special Effects --
Additional Editing Tools and Concepts for Improving Your Images --
Layers --
Opacity and Transfer Modes --
To Flatten or Not to Flatten --
Brushes and Stamps --
Brushes --
Rubber Stamp or Clone --
Patch and Heal --
Applied Editing Techniques --
Cleaning Portraits --
Noise --
Vignetting Correcting Wide Angle Distortion --
Where to Go from Here --
21.Panoramic Stitching and HDR Merging --
How to Process These Multi-Shot Effects --
Stitching Panoramas --
Stitching Workflow --
Launching a Stitch from Within Lightroom --
Launching a Stitch from Within Bridge --
Launching a Stitch from Within Photoshop --
Other Photomerge Options --
Correcting Stitched Panoramas --
Cropping and Filling --
Retouching --
Stitching Raw Images --
Speeding Up Stitching --
Stitching Vertical Panoramas --
Merging High-Dynamic Range (HDR) Images --
What HDR Merging Does --
Launching HDR Merge from Lightroom --
Launching HDR Merge from Bridge --
Launching HDR Merge from Photoshop --
Configuring Merge to HDR Pro --
Aesthetic Considerations --
HDR Panoramas --
22.Output --
Taking Your Images to Print or Electronic Output --
Resizing --
Resolution --
How to Resize --
When Should You Resample? --
Sharpening --
How Sharpening Works --
Not All Sharpness Is Created Equal Selective Sharpening --
Web and Email Output --
Outputting Electronic Files --
Choosing a Printer --
Ink-Jet Printers --
Media Selection --
Ink Choice --
Printing --
Choosing a Resolution --
Color Management --
Improving Your Print --
Web-Based Printing --
Conclusion.
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