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The Elements of Photography - Photography is a complex craft. Some excel at the technical side of image-making, focusing perfectly on the subject, releasing the shutter at just the right moment and making exposures with the precise amount of light. Others are artists and storytellers, capturing a fleeting moment in time, which inspires a viewer to gaze upon an image and ponder its meaning. The best photographers are masters of both.
Step-by-step guidance including informative screen shots, traditional darkroom and Photoshop techniques, suggested exercises, and before and after images help both film and digital photographers improve their skills, learn new techniques, and better understand their craft. More than 300 stunning, full color images and portfolios featuring the work of over 40 prestigious artists provide visual inspiration as well as a gorgeous collection of artwork for photography enthusiasts.
About the Author: Angela Faris Belt holds an MFA in Photography from the University of Michigan. She is a fine art photographer who has worked as a professional educator for fifteen years. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, and she has received several awards and recognition for her fine art work and her work in photography education.
She lives with her husband David in the mountains outside of Denver, Colorado, and serves as full-time faculty at The Art Institute of Colorado.
Discusses the four crucial elements of photography
The photographic frame and its borders
Quality of focus as determined by the aperture or lens
Shutter speeds and their effects in relation to time and motion
The physical media used to create the aggregate image