Technique of Photographic Lighting

By: Kerr, Norman

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192 pp. "The first half of this book is divided into four parts: a vocabulary, or common language, for discovering light in relation to visual communication; a historical perspective on lighting and the effect of light qualities on the visual environment; a discussion of the emotional qualities of light; and finally, an examination of the methods of lighting control." In the second half the author uses specific examples of photo art, including the works of Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, W. Eugene Smith, Yousuf Karsh, Irving Penn, and others. There are color as well as black and white illustrations.

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The definitive guide to achieving artistic and commercial success in modern architectural photography-from industry leader Norman McGrath. Looking to achieve artistic and commercial success in architectural photography? Norman McGrath's long-awaited guide is the only one you'll need. Here, McGrath fully revamps and expands on the basics covered in Photographing Buildings Inside and Out to include the most up-to-date information-from changes in the industry to equipment, techniques, and technologies.

Architectural Photography covers it all: interiors, exteriors, skyscrapers, residential, office buildings, restaurants and hotels, religious buildings, museums, historic buildings, and specialized subjects such as staircases, sculpture, and ceilings. It also includes master McGrath's sage, real-world advice. Most important, this guide is filled with spectacular and often iconic photography that captures the power and impact of these spaces-the ultimate goal of the architectural photographer.

Title: Technique of Photographic Lighting

Author Name: Kerr, Norman

Categories: Photography,

Edition: First

Publisher: Garden City, Amphoto: 1979

ISBN Number: 0817424555

ISBN Number 13: 9780817424558

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: near fine Jacket

Seller ID: 000532