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Cengage Learning presents, the book, New Image Frontiers: Defining the Future of Photography, by Matthew Bamberg. A noted author and photographer, Bamberg takes us on a journey of historic proportions with implications for the future. He examines where photography has been, where it currently is, and where it's headed, tackling many a hot topic in the photo world, such as the one this chapter title presents, "Is Film Dead?"
In addition to the author's commentary and detailed perspective, the book also features comments and interviews with top photographers and gallery owners, including Michael Foley, Gary Ortman, and David Nitsche. After reading, you'll have a feel for what the future could hold for the industry and how best to prepare.
About the Author
Matthew Bamberg is a photographer and writer based in Palm Springs, California. He began his career in the arts as a graduate student at San Francisco State University in 1992. His work in the visual and media arts included video production and software applications. He completed his M.A. in Creative Arts in 1997. After being a public school teacher for 14 years, Bamberg became a photographer and writer. He began to photograph for the articles he was writing while working for the Desert Sun and Palm Springs Life magazine. Bamberg is the co-author of "David Busch's Pentax K200D Guide to Digital SLR Photography" and "Killer Photos with Your iPhone," and the author of "The 50 Greatest Photo Opportunities in San Francisco" and all three titles in the "101 Quick and Easy" photography series
Table of Contents
Introduction: The Tidal Wave of Interest in Photography in the 21st Century
1. Cameras and Lenses
2. High Brow Hardware
3. Photo Management
4. Postprocessing Possibilities
5. Is Film Dead?
6. Photography Styles
7. The Photographer of the Future
8. Photography's New Found Popularity
9. The Web-New Photographic Interaction
10. Photo Sharing