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|Description:||xii, 203 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Part 1: Concepts 1. Portrait without a face 2. Tell a Story 3. Use Sparklers or Fire 4. Fantasy, Fairytale 5. Make an image about 1 color 6. Remake a famous photo or artwork in your own way 7. Take the art beyond the digital image (paint on it, special product) 8. Make a Mess 9. Defy Gravity 10. Project onto Subject 11. Voyeur 12. Person in frame multiple times 13. Represent change or time 14. Opposites 15. Subject mimic background 16. Underwater 17. Environmental portrait 18. Remake a photo from childhood 19. Movement 20. Humor Part 2: Techniques 21. Paint with Light 22. Lensflare in camera 23. Lensflare tools 24. Crystal 25. Negative space 26. Lensbaby, Tilt Shift, Selective Focus 27. Shoot an out of focus portrait, well 28. Frame within a Frame 29. High Key 30. Low Key 31. Reflections 32. Pattern 33. Silhoutte 34. Use a Gel 35. Graphic Location 36. Unusual Angle 37. Through glass 38. Break a Lighting Rule 39. UV Portrait Part 3: Photoshop 40. Lensflare Photoshop 41. Add a Texture 42. Selective Color 43. Go grunge 44. HDR Portrait 45. Aged Photo 46. Mirrored Image 47. Porcelain Skin 48. 3D Image 49. Composite 50. Collage 51. Layered Images 52. Remake a movie poster|
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