Helps you to build your photography skills. This learning programme is suitable for any aspiring photographer. It guides you through every aspect of digital photography, using a combination of tutorials, step-by-step photo shoots, practical assignments and fun Q&As. It enables you to understand and use your camera to its full potential.
Helps you learn everything you need to know about digital photography. This book covers the developments in digital cameras, equipment and software. It explores the pros and cons of all types of camera, from camera phones to top-of-the-range DSLRs. It also shows you how to manipulate your pictures to perfection and offers trouble-shooting advice.
The world's first photograph was taken in 1826 using a pinhole camera called camera obscura. Cameras used since then are basically following the pinhole camera principle. This book looks at the development as well as the applications of alternative camera architectures.
The book makes available for the first time in English-and for the first time in its entirety in any language-an important yet little known interview that Jacques Derrida granted on the question of photography and its relation to such key deconstructive concepts as copy, archive, and signature.
The first still life photograph was created around 1827, more than a decade before the news of photography's invention was announced in Paris and London in 1839. This title presents a narrative survey of the innovative ways in which photographers throughout the eras have explored the traditional genre of still life.