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Portrait and Candid Photography Photo Workshop
14 December 2013

Portrait and Candid Photography Photo Workshop
Erin Manning, "Portrait and Candid Photography Photo Workshop"
ISBN: 1118100050 | 2011 | PDF | 320 pages | 116 MB


The latest tips and tricks for capturing high-quality photos
Taking great "people pictures" isn't a matter of luck. The secret is in observing your subjects and connecting with them, and then using your camera to its best advantage. This new edition uses full-color photos to demonstrate how to work with lighting, location, angle, composition, physical characteristics, and environment in either portrait or candid situations. Professional photographer and veteran author Erin Manning offers invaluable advice for handling the unique challenges of photographing babies, large and small groups, and action.
Portrait and Candid Photography Photo Workshop
22 December 2013

Portrait and Candid Photography Photo Workshop

Portrait and Candid Photography Photo Workshop
English | 320 pages | ISBN-10: 1118100050 | PDF | 116.39 MB

Fashion Flair for Portrait and Wedding Photography
9 May 2011

Fashion Flair for Portrait and Wedding Photography
Fashion Flair for Portrait and Wedding Photography
C..se T..gy P.TR | 2011 | ISBN: 1435458842 | 320 pages | PDF | 11,8 Mb

Fashion Flair for Portrait and Wedding Photography teaches photographers how to take the concepts of fashion photography (including preparation, styling, props, lighting, posing and post-processing) and apply these techniques to their portrait and wedding photography. By adding fashion flair to their work, photographers can distinguish themselves from their competition and demand a higher price for their images and creativity. Fashion photographers use preparation, styling, props, lighting, posing and post-processing techniques to achieve the desired visual effects in their high-end shoots. Yet these very same techniques can be applied to the images of portrait and wedding photography to create outstanding work that will differentiate a photographer from the competition. Clients want to feel like they are models, and live in a fantasy and this book will help them feel edgy, striking and high-end through a unique approach to their portraits. This book is not about becoming a fashion photographer - it is about using fashion photography techniques for successful portrait and wedding photography.
Fashion Flair for Portrait and Wedding Photography
12 May 2011

Fashion Flair for Portrait and Wedding Photography

Lindsay Renee Adler, "Fashion Flair for Portrait and Wedding Photography"
C..se T..gy P.TR | 2011 | ISBN: 1435458842 | 320 pages | PDF | 11,8 MB

Fashion Flair for Portrait and Wedding Photography teaches photographers how to take the concepts of fashion photography (including preparation, styling, props, lighting, posing and post-processing) and apply these techniques to their portrait and wedding photography. By adding fashion flair to their work, photographers can distinguish themselves from their competition and demand a higher price for their images and creativity. Fashion photographers use preparation, styling, props, lighting, posing and post-processing techniques to achieve the desired visual effects in their high-end shoots. Yet these very same techniques can be applied to the images of portrait and wedding photography to create outstanding work that will differentiate a photographer from the competition. Clients want to feel like they are models, and live in a fantasy and this book will help them feel edgy, striking and high-end through a unique approach to their portraits. This book is not about becoming a fashion photographer - it is about using fashion photography techniques for successful portrait and wedding photography.
Margaret Carter Baumgaertner - Painting the Corporate Portrait: Introduction to the Corporate Portrait
12 September 2011

Margaret Carter Baumgaertner - Painting the Corporate Portrait: Introduction to the Corporate Portrait

Margaret Carter Baumgaertner - Painting the Corporate Portrait: Introduction to the Corporate Portrait
English | 58 min | 720x480 | VOB | 29.97fps | AC3 - 192Kbps | 3.32 GB
Genre: eLearning

Margaret Carter Baumgaertner - Painting the Corporate Portrait series covers everything you need to know about painting a corporate head and shoulder portrait and a three-quarter portrait. A special one-hour bonus on painting the hands in included. Introduction to the Corporate Portrait. Oil paints, palette, and other materials. The Seven Step Method of painting. Color theory: Mixing flesh tones, correcting mud and chalkiness. Setting Up the Model: Positioning lighting, background and model pose. Painting the Head and Shoulders Corporate Portrait Drawing: Measuring the head, "brush-sizing," construction of the "cartoon", silhouette and shadow shapes
The Portrait Institute - Resources for Portrait Artists Complete Videos
14 January 2013

The Portrait Institute - Resources for Portrait Artists Complete Videos
The Portrait Institute - Resources for Portrait Artists Complete Videos
English | DVDrip | XviD\DX50 720x480 29.97 fps | MP3 128 Kbps 48 KHz | 8.31 GB
Genre: eLearning | Portrait Painting

A portrait is a painting, photograph, sculpture, or other artistic representation of a person, in which the face and its expression is predominant. The intent is to display the likeness, personality, and even the mood of the person. For this reason, in photography a portrait is generally not a snapshot, but a composed image of a person in a still position. A portrait often shows a person looking directly at the painter or photographer, in order to most successfully engage the subject with the viewer.
Going Candid... An unorthodox approach to Street Photography by Thomas Leuthard
13 August 2012

Going Candid... An unorthodox approach to Street Photography by Thomas Leuthard

Going Candid... An unorthodox approach to Street Photography by Thomas Leuthard
Publisher: N/A | English | 2011 | ISBN: N/A | 96 pages | PDF | 8.1 MB


This is the question, most of you probably ask themselves when they start to learn about street photography. I will help you out by answering "Read this book first?". Then after reading this book, you will probably know enough to get out to the street and start shooting. Don?t expect getting a master immediately. You cannot learn it in one day. You have to go through a lot of phases and you might never think you have reached the top. But exactly this is what makes it challenging and interesting. What is street photography? It?s not that simple to explain. Sure you can go to Wikipedia and find an answer there. In my words, it?s the documentation of life in public in a candid way. Nothing is setup, nobody was asked and it will never be the same again. It?s like holding up a mirror to society. It?s a single human moment captured in a decisive moment.
Portrait and Candid Photography Photo Workshop (PDF)
14 December 2013

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Erin Manning, "Portrait and Candid Photography Photo Workshop"
ISBN: 1118100050 | 2011 | PDF | 320 pages | 116 MB

The latest tips and tricks for capturing high-quality photos
Taking great "people pictures" isn't a matter of luck. The secret is in observing your subjects and connecting with them, and then using your camera to its best advantage. This new edition uses full-color photos to demonstrate how to work with lighting, location, angle, composition, physical characteristics, and environment in either portrait or candid situations. Professional photographer and veteran author Erin Manning offers invaluable advice for handling the unique challenges of photographing babies, large and small groups, and action.
The Portrait Institute - Resources for Portrait Artists Complete Videos
27 December 2013

The Portrait Institute - Resources for Portrait Artists Complete Videos

The Portrait Institute - Resources for Portrait Artists Complete Videos
Format .AVI | 720x480, 29.97 fps(r) | English | 8.3 GB
Genre: eLearning


A portrait is a painting, photograph, sculpture, or other artistic representation of a person, in which the face and its expression is predominant. The intent is to display the likeness, personality, and even the mood of the person. For this reason, in photography a portrait is generally not a snapshot, but a composed image of a person in a still position. A portrait often shows a person looking directly at the painter or photographer, in order to most successfully engage the subject with the viewer.
Photography and Literature (Exposures)
23 August 2010

Photography and Literature (Exposures)
Photography and Literature (Exposures)
Reaktion Books 2009 | 192 | ISBN: 1861894295 | PDF | 17 Mb
Roland Barthes, one of photography's most influential critics, once described the 'trouble' introduced by the advent of photography. Approaches to the two subjects of literature and photography tend to assess the literary effects of photography, with literature seen as the older, broader, more established cultural form, and photography the new, alien upstart. In Photography and Literature, Francois Brunet reverses the angle of vision to examine photography's encounters with literature from the point of view of photography and photographers, providing a new way of understanding photography's interplay with literature and the printed page. The book assesses the complete history of photography, and Brunet begins by showing how photography's invention and its publication were shaped by written culture, both scientific and literary. In turn he examines its early and durable incarnation in the book format, the ongoing and often repetitive 'discovery' of photography by writers, and, finally, the game of mirrors by which, in the twentieth century, photography and literature are seen to trade tools and even merge formats. The book's photographic point of view is especially reflected in the attention given to writings by photographers, from Henry Fox Talbot's groundbreaking exploration of photography in The Pencil of Nature of the 1840s, to Raymond Depardon's correspondence or Sophie Calle's projects with Jean Baudrillard and Paul Auster. Ultimately, Brunet argues that the histories of photography and literature since 1840 have been drawing closer together, and that their convergence has provided recent writing with a new 'photo-textual' genre. Offering a wealth of examples from writing - from autobiography, manifestoes and fiction - and a fascinating variety of images from the mid-nineteenth century to the twenty-first, Photography and Literature will be of interest to anyone excited by the historic relationship of text and image. ...