The Ansel Adams Guide: Book 1 : Basic Techniques of Photography
The Ansel Adams Guide: Book 1 : Basic Techniques of Photography de Ansel Adams, John Paul Schaefer
Ansel Adams, John Paul Schaefer
- Langue : Anglais
- Éditeur : Bulfinch Press
- Date Parution : Septembre 2005
- Reliure : Broché
- Pages : 432
- ISBN-10 : 0821225758
- ISBN-13 : 978-0821225752
- Photographe © : Ansel Adams
- © : Ansel Adams, John Paul Schaefer
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Arguably the best book yet written for those wishing to pursue photography seriously, Basic Techniques of Photography, Book 1 has been completely revised and updated in order to keep pace with fast-moving technological advances in the field. The revised edition includes more than fifty new illustrations, offering still greater clarity in presenting Ansel Adams legendary approach to photography.
Since its publication in 1992, The Ansel Adams Guide: Basic Techniques of Photography, Book 1 has sold more than 100,000 copies and is used in many introductory photography courses. This revised edition offers new information on: variable contrast papers digital cameras and view cameras -the Advance Photo System.
Book 1 is organized to present the principles of black-and-white and color photography to a broad range of photographers from the serious beginner to the advanced amateur. It draws extensively on the philosophy and techniques of Ansel Adams, the best-known writer/teacher of photography of all time, and is profusely illustrated with Adams own work as well as that of other photographers.
Adams technical writings were famously difficult to understand. However, in Book 1, John Schaefer skillfully interprets Adams words, theories, and art as a foundation for a more clearly written, understandable, and actively up-to-date guide to creative photography.
With new illustrations and up to date information on the latest technological advancements, this essential revised guide for the beginner photographer presents Ansel Adams’ unique, systematic approach to photography. 360 photos, 42 in color. 94 line drawings.