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If you enjoy working with black-and-white film and prints but are intrigued by color, too, then Jerry Davidson's From B&W to Creative Color from Berg is the book you seek. Learn how you can add color wherever you want it in order to create unique effects and one-of-a-kind images. Photographers of all abilities can use the tips and tricks in these pages to explore that gray area between the black and white print and the full-color photo. With this guide, you will discover how to add vitality to your creations to make them even more powerful and memorable.
The easy-to-follow instructions in the book help you create photographs that excite the imagination--with no special skill, equipment, or darkroom required. More than 40 photographs from the author's collection are beautifully reproduced on high-quality paper to demonstrate the effectiveness of these simple procedures.
Colorizing (tinting and toning) black-and-white prints
Adding color selectively to black-and-white prints
Archival printing techniques and storing
Mounting and framing prints
About the Author
Jerry Davidson comes from a family of artists and has worked as both an artist and a photographer for the past 18 years. His paintings, drawings, and photographs have been widely exhibited in public and private galleries. Numerous photo, dance, and travel magazines have featured his pictures and articles. Jerry has photographed some of the major ballet companies in Canada, including the National Ballet, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, and the forerunner to Ballet B.C.
A former military and commercial airline pilot, Jerry retains an association with aviation as an official photographer for the Canadian Air Force's demonstration squad, the "Snowbirds". He and his wife live on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia, Canada, where he works out of his home studio and teaches art.