The Photographer's Story

The Art of Visual Narrative

Author: Michael Freeman

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1781570469

Category: Photography

Page: 192

View: 2679

Having already taught you how to compose and interpret great photos, Michael Freeman now continues his best-selling series by exploring the most successful methods for presenting photography meaningfully and in an engaging format. This is the critical "next step" that separates adequate image galleries from captivating collections - and disinterested viewers from enthralled audiences. Tapping into his decades of experience shooting for such publications as Smithsonian, GEO, and Condé Nast Traveller (among many others), Michael Freeman studies the photo-essay phenomenon that took the world by storm and gave storytellers a completely new set of tools to construct their narratives. Having established how rhythm, pacing, and careful organisation build tension and cultivate interest, Freeman goes on to explain what this means for presenting your own photos, particularly in the new digital formats of online galleries, slideshows, and tablets. The Photographer's Story will enliven your images, refresh your perspective, and elevate your understanding of how photographs work together to tell a story. Your audiences will thank you for it.

My Brides - A Photographer's Story

Author: Peter Kleinschmidt

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1483696359

Category: Photography

Page: 116

View: 7586

In my 20 plus years as a professional photographer, I’ve shot more weddings than I can count. The new digital technology has created a set of new problems, problems for both the bride and the photographer. I have a collection of reality-tested tips and tricks, do’s and don’ts that will make any bride’s life easier. I am going to share that advice with you in the pages of this book. This guide is to help you create your wedding day; by empowering you with the knowledge you need to have a happy and perfect (or as close to a perfect) day as is possible. It shows you the things that go on behind the scenes, and knowledge is power, the power to orchestrate your perfect day.

Schwarzweiß-Fotografie

Die zeitlose Kunst des Monochromen

Author: Michael Freeman

Publisher: MITP-Verlags GmbH & Co. KG

ISBN: 3958457622

Category: Photography

Page: 192

View: 1650

- Großartig illustriert durch Freemans eigene Werke sowie derer von Anselm Adams bis zu Brett Weston - Entdecken Sie die stilistische Variationsbreite von Schwarzweiß und ihren Einfluss auf die Bildinterpretation - Inklusive eines Schritt-für-Schritt-Tutorials zum Entwickeln eines Schwarzweiß-Films Dieses wunderschön illustrierte Buch ist Michael Freemans Standardwerk zur Schwarzweiß-Fotografie und eine umfassende Quelle für alles, was Monochrom ausmacht. Nach einer umfangreichen Einführung in die Historie und Tradition von Schwarz & Weiß widmet sich Michael Freeman allen erforderlichen digitalen Techniken wie Farbton- und Kontrastkorrektur, Bildbearbeitung, Infrarot, Hauttoneinstellungen und Filtern. Sie erfahren, was Sie bei der Umwandlung von Farbfotos in Schwarzweiß beachten müssen und wie Sie dabei die Kontrolle behalten. Die Feinheiten der Bearbeitung können Sie in kleinen Tutorials Schritt für Schritt nachvollziehen. Zudem geht Michael Freeman auf Stil und Ästhetik dieses ausdrucksstarken Mediums ein, indem er sich berühmter Fotografien bedient, und liefert aufschlussreiche Analysen, warum ein Foto seine individuelle Wirkung entfaltet. Ob Low-Key, High-Key, HDR, Farbstiche oder Tonemapping – den kreativen Varianten sind keine Grenzen gesetzt. Beleben Sie Ihre Fotos mit der Schwarzweiß-Kunst und erhalten Sie die besten Bilder, die Sie jemals fotografiert haben. Aus dem Inhalt: · Die technische Tradition von Schwarz & Weiß · Wellenlänge und Empfindlichkeit · Farbe entfernen · Tonwertnuancen und Textur · Rauschen, Bit-Tiefe & Schattierung · Arbeitsablauf für die Bildbearbeitung · Umkehrung der Helligkeit · Hauttöne und besondere Farben · Schwarzweiß denken · Der Umfang des Lichts: Ansel Adams · Der lange Weg des Grau: Paul Strand · Mitteltöne und Kontrast verändern · Low-Key und High-Key · Das digitale Zonensystem · HDR in Schwarzweiß · Schwarzweißfilm entwickeln

Sports Shooter

A Photographer's Story

Author: Matt Zeigler

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1450227414

Category: Photography

Page: 196

View: 8758

Sports Shooter is the story of Matt Zeigler, a photographer who travels throughout the Southeast covering the big three American sports. Along the way he visits interesting places and devises position specific techniques for photographing sports. The story, illustrated with 120 images, begins in 1991 when Zeigler meets legendary Erk Russell at Georgia Southern University, a master of improvisation who inspires him to shoot for the stars. Zeigler ventures to Tuscaloosa and Bryant-Denny stadium next for an SEC football clash. Zeigler then works briefly in Andalusia, a small town with a big time NBA connection in Robert Horry, putting him on a journey west to the 1994 NBA Finals in Houston. Zeigler also visits Birmingham to cover the summer of Michael Jordan's baseball odyssey; and for an Iron Bowl showdown at Legion Field. After relocating to Troy, Zeigler scrambles east over to Atlanta frequently to shoot sports icons like Joe Montana; Jerry Rice; Troy Aikman; Deion Sanders; Magic Johnson; Charles Barkley; Tom Glavine; Mike Piazza; and vintage Air Jordan! In addition to great athletes, Zeigler sees great teams in championship form, including the Chicago Bulls; Houston Rockets; Dallas Cowboys; San Francisco 49ers; Alabama Crimson Tide; and the Atlanta Braves.

Die kreative digitale Dunkelkammer

Author: Katrin Eismann,Seán Duggan

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783897214897

Category: Bildverarbeitung - Digitale Photographie - Anleitung

Page: 432

View: 4931

The Photographer's Survival Guide

Author: Amanda Sosa Stone,Suzanne Sease

Publisher: Amphoto Books

ISBN: 0817435875

Category: Photography

Page: 208

View: 5897

Practical, real-world advice for commercial photographers At last, a down-to-earth, no-nonsense guide that provides guidance and tools for all levels of photographers–from those just starting out to those who want to move to the next level. Turn to this book for ready-to-use guidance on navigating the ins and outs of the industry, including: • Establishing a recognizable style that is all your own • Creating a website and portfolio, including costs, selecting images, and working with a designer • Building, buying, and using contact lists and databases; creating e-mail blasts and printed promotions; and person-to-person meetings with buyers • Estimating, bidding, and negotiating your fee • Doing the job: prep work, the actual shoot, post-production, and billing • Understanding the stock photography business The book considers those uncomfortable "What do I do?" moments and presents tips from industry insiders, including how they make buying decisions. The Photographer’s Survival Guide is also a resource that lists portfolio makers, website builders, printers, and database services, as well as deadlines for important photography contests. An appendix explains usage terms the savvy photographer must understand. The accompanying CD contains 21 invaluable forms and templates–for an annual budget, a database of contacts, estimate and invoice forms, releases, terms and conditions, and more–that photographers can download. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Storytellers

A Photographer's Guide to Developing Themes and Creating Stories with Pictures

Author: Jerod Foster

Publisher: New Riders

ISBN: 013285306X

Category: Photography

Page: 288

View: 8697

It's amazing how many images the world's photographers produce! Professional or not, images surround us in our everyday lives. What makes successful photographers stand out? What drives us to revisit the same images over and over? All images tell a story. Whether they're produced as works of art, on assignment for National Geographic, or as part of a family vacation, images say more than just a shutter speed, ISO, or aperture setting. We make images for a reason. Storytellers, by photographer/teacher Jerod Foster, focuses on visual storytelling and how a deep knowledge of your process and your personal vision can create stronger images. Storytelling often requires the use of certain lenses, apertures, or light modifiers, but the story is what holds everything together. To become a better storyteller you will explore: Composition, light, depth of field, and motion and how to properly use your camera technically to dig deeper. Visual themes and how they provide stories with interest and depth Types of shots and shooting styles and what they convey in your images Research and ways to conceptualize your story before shooting Strategies for developing your own effective storytelling workflow during and after the shoot. This beautifully written and illustrated guide will help you connect the how-tos of digital photography with the who, what, when, where and why of storytelling to bring your vision and your images to life!

My Brides

A Photographer’s Story

Author: Peter Wallburg

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1499019610

Category: Photography

Page: 96

View: 6152

In my 20 plus years as a professional photographer, I’ve shot more weddings than I can count. The new digital technology has created a set of new problems, problems for both the bride and the photographer. I have a collection of reality-tested tips and tricks, do’s and don’ts that will make any bride’s life easier. I am going to share that advice with you in the pages of this book. This guide is to help you create your wedding day; by empowering you with the knowledge you need to have a happy and perfect (or as close to a perfect) day as is possible. It shows you the things that go on behind the scenes, and knowledge is power, the power to orchestrate your perfect day.

A Wwii Combat Photographer's Story

The First Use of Color

Author: Paula Errigo

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1490767797

Category: History

Page: 58

View: 9489

This book chronicles the journey of Frank S. Errigo, one of two photograhers chosen in the 40s, to take the first color images of World War II. From his journey on the Liberty Ship, to the shores of Algiers, and following the footsteps of Patton across Sicily to the Landing at Anzio and the Liberation of Rome, the striking images in this book are the first color photos of that era. Particpate in that journey through the unforgetable faces of that war.

Photography

Author: John Ingledew

Publisher: Laurence King Publishing

ISBN: 9781856694322

Category: Photography

Page: 256

View: 883

"John Ingledew: Photography provides a basic introduction for students across the visual arts. This accessible, inspirational guide to creative photography explores the subjects and themes that have always obsessed photographers and explains technique in a clear and simple way. Embracing the whole spectrum of photography from traditional to digital, it introduces the work of the masters of the art as well as showing fresh, dynamic images created by young photographers from all over the world. An essential resource, the book also provides a valuable overview of careers in photography and a comprehensive reference section, including a glossary of technical vocabulary."--BOOK JACKET.

Photographers at Work

Essential Business and Production Skills for Photographers in Editorial, Design, and Advertising

Author: Martin Evening

Publisher: New Riders

ISBN: 0133835537

Category: Photography

Page: 312

View: 3249

Today, being a professional photographer is about much more than the ability to make a technically perfect image, and photographers need to use many other skills that go beyond the production of a photograph. What are the relationships between photographer and clients really like? How should you prepare for a special effects shoot? What steps should you take to protect your equipment while shooting on location? In Photographers at Work, photographer and best-selling author Martin Evening examines these issues and much more, offering advice to help you succeed in an ever-changing–and challenging–field. Answers to these questions will give you the practical information and guidance you need to make it as a photographer in the creative fields of editorial, design, or advertising. This book takes an in-depth look at the industry, covering key topics that every working photographer needs to know–from working with models, to the legal and safety issues of working on location, to owning and running a studio, securing clients and work, and handling the complex finances of a business. While sharing his personal experience, Evening also introduces you to 18 working photographers and industry pros through video and written interviews in which they share their perspectives on this rapidly changing industry and offer advice to help you succeed as well. Includes links to 12 video interviews (more than 3 hours total runtime) by many of the featured photographers in the book, offering more image examples, anecdotes, and insights into the lives of working photographers. Provides access (available to all readers!) to downloadable Reader's Supplement, a 55-page guide that includes key concepts, terms and definitions, learning objectives, discussion questions, assignments, additional resources, and links to featured photographers. Focuses on all the skills a photographer needs to succeed–from handling the hidden costs of running a studio to finding and working with models to insuring a business. Offers essential tips on how to get started as a photographer, such as where to find clients and how to keep them.

The Photographer's Friend

A Practical, Independent Magazine, Devoted to the Photographic Art

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Photography

Page: N.A

View: 6905

Roll! Shooting TV News

Views from Behind the Lens

Author: Rich Underwood

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 1136033297

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 416

View: 1546

Roll! Shells fly overhead as night-scopes capture deadly fire fights with an eerie green hue, a category 5 hurricane devastates the Big Easy, hidden cameras enter a Cambodian village of brothels and a veteran journalist interviews himself throughout his own brain surgery. Part non-fiction drama, part trade publication, part text book, all woven together giving the reader a look through the viewfinders of the very best television photojournalists. As 19 experts weigh in with their candid, personal stories and photographic tips, it's as if you're over their shoulders, following their intuitions and hearing their thoughts as they shoot. The trade term for what they do is called ENG (Electronic News Gathering) and whether they're called Cameramen, Backpack Journalists, Television Photographers or any other moniker de jour, they're all paid to bring the world's events into living rooms around the world. These are the men and women who capture the bleeding edge of history - as it happens. Written in a smooth, unique interview style, this book is a necessary read for photojournalists, videographers and tv photojournalists.

Convergent Journalism

An Introduction

Author: Stephen Quinn,Vincent F. Filak

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 0240807243

Category: Social Science

Page: 227

View: 1609

Learn how to deliver news in any and all media. This one volume teaches you how to master all of the skills needed to be a converged journalist. Don't think only broadcast or print. Think online, air waves, magazines, PDAs, cell phones and electronic paper. Convergent Journalism an Introduction explains what makes a news story effective today and how to recognize the best medium for a particular story. That medium may be the web, broadcast, radio, or a newspaper or magazine - or, more likely, all of the above. This text will explain how a single story can fulfil its potential through any media channel. Convergent Journalism an Introduction shows you, the news writer, editor, reporter, and producer how to tailor a story to meet the needs of various media, so your local news story can be written in a form appropriate for the web, print, PDA screen and broadcast. *Contributors to the book teach at the leading school for cross-platform broadcast journalism teaching, Ball State University *Complete glossary of terms *Clear, easy-to-read content explains all relevant simple-to-complex concepts

The Shot

A Photographer’S Story

Author: James A. Burgess

Publisher: Archway Publishing

ISBN: 1480837830

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 178

View: 456

Ask anyone old enough where they were when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated and theyll be able to tell you. Photojournalist Robert Hill Jackson was riding in the presidents motorcade that fateful day. He heard the shots ring out from the Dallas School Book Depository, and when he looked up at the sixth floor, he saw a rifle being withdrawn from a window. Jackson captured the events of that day so everyone could see them. From the cheering fans at Dallas Love Field Airport to the grief on peoples faces at Parkland Hospital, he was there with his camera as a witness to history. But he had yet to capture his most famous photo, which came Nov. 24, 1963, when he took a photograph of Jack Ruby shooting Lee Harvey Oswald. The iconic photograph earned him the Pulitzer Prize in photojournalism, and he would refer to it as the shot, which was a reference to the photography shot as well as Rubys gunshot. Jackson would go on to cover the Ruby trial and its bigger-than-life characters, and his photographs were incredible and provoking. Get a behind-the-scenes look at his life and storied career with this well-researched biography.

Gregory Heisler: 50 Portraits

Stories and Techniques from a Photographer's Photographer

Author: Gregory Heisler,Michael R. Bloomberg

Publisher: Amphoto Books

ISBN: 082308566X

Category: Photography

Page: 224

View: 3240

In this first-ever showcase of his work, Gregory Heisler, one of professional photography's most respected practitioners, shares 50 iconic portraits of celebrities, athletes, and world leaders, along with fascinating, thoughtful, often humorous stories about how the images were made. From his famously controversial portrait of President George H.W. Bush (which led to the revocation of Heisler’s White House clearance) to his evocative post-9/11 Time magazine cover of Rudolph Giuliani, to stunning portraits of Julia Roberts, Denzel Washington, Hillary Clinton, Michael Phelps, Muhammad Ali, and many more, Heisler reveals the creative and technical processes that led to each frame. For Heisler’s fans and all lovers of photography, Gregory Heisler: 50 Portraits offers not only a gorgeous collection of both black-and-white and color portraits, but an engrossing look at the rarely seen art of a master photographer at work. With a foreword by New York City mayor Michael R. Bloomberg.

Best Seat in the House

Mark Rosen's Sports Moments and Minnesota Memories

Author: Mark Rosen,Jim Bruton

Publisher: Mvp Books

ISBN: 0760345325

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 312

View: 2420

Mark Rosen has long been a treasured and respected sports-news figure in Minnesota, and in Best Seat in the House, he shares stories and experiences from 40 years in the field.

My Brides

A Photographer's Story

Author: Peter Kleinschmidt

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781493144327

Category: Photography

Page: 153

View: 8051

Magnum Stories

Author: Chris Boot

Publisher: Phaidon Press

ISBN: 9780714865034

Category: Photography

Page: 512

View: 8398

This book explores the 'photo story' through 61 master classes by some of the world's greatest photographers, all members of the international photographic agency Magnum.