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While the whole world is obsessed with "fixing it in Photoshop", authors Rod and Robin Deutschmann bring us back to a time when you had to get 'it' right in the camera. Their book, from Amherst media, titled, Painting with a Lens: The Digital Photographer's Guide to Designing Artistic Images In-Camera teaches you time-tested methods for carefully composing and capturing your vision when you shoot.
Topics covered include; careful composure, focus, choosing the best camera settings, lighting, and lens choice. The authors also teach you how to make the most of the camera's basic controls, such as shutter speed, aperture, and white balance, to make not just quality images, but artistic ones. Additional topics covered include using the lens to add creative blur and out-of-this world effects.
About the Authors
Rod Deutschmann is a photographer and a photography instructor in the San Diego public school system. He is an award-winning marine-combat correspondent and the managing editor for the Camp Pendelton Scout, the award-winning Marine Corps newspaper. Robin Deutschmann is a professional photographer. They are the cofounders of the San Diego in Focus Learning Center, a photography training center. Their previous books include Just One Flash, Multiple Flash Photography, and Off-Camera Flash. They live in San Diego
This book highlights methods for creating artistic photographs in the moment a picture is taken, rather than later in the editing process
This reference demonstrates a more purposeful approach to shooting each frame - carefully considering the subject's focus and determining the best camera settings, lighting, lens choice, and composition to achieve that objective
Beginning with basic controls that can have a profound effect on your images, such as shutter speed and aperture, it goes on to explore how these settings, along with white balance adjustment, can be used to draw out the artistic value inherent in a scene or subject
In addition, a section on selectively and intentionally adding blur effects explains how to create wild effects that cannot be achieved otherwise. Rather than relying on a computer to "fix" images, Painting with a Lens provides the tools essential to becoming an artist with a camera