Pearson Education Book: Visual Poetry: A Creative Guide for Making Engaging Digital Photographs
Book: Visual Poetry: A Creative Guide for Making Engaging Digital Photographs
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To become worthy of the title "photographer", one must have a true understanding of image making - not just picture snapping. Photographer/author Chris Orwig takes you by the hand and teaches the ins and outs of photography in his book: Visual Poetry: A Creative Guide for Making Engaging Digital Photographs. In three parts, Orwig outlines how making pictures encompasses everything from the aforementioned poetry to learning how to "see" to picking out gear. The book also gives you a primer on turning pro, and what it takes.
Table of Contents
Part I: Getting Started
Chapter 1: Poetry and Photography
Chapter 2: Creativity and Photography
Chapter 3: Learning to See
Chapter 4: Camera Creativity and Technique
Part II: Let the Adventure Begin
Chapter 5: Portraits
Chapter 6: Kids and Families
Chapter 7: Wedding Bells
Chapter 8: Travel
Chapter 9: Action and the Great Outdoors
Chapter 10: Found Objects and Subjects
Part III: What's Next
Chapter 11: Camera Gear
Chapter 12: The Path to Becoming a Professional
About the Author
Chris Orwig is a celebrated photographer, author, and teacher at the Brooks Institute of Photography. From his base in Santa Barbara, California, Chris thrives on surfing and exploring the great outdoors with his wife and two young daughters. For Chris the adventure is now, and the journey has already begun - discover, look, listen, learn, and live