Tuesday, July 31, 2012

September/October 2012

By The Editors Published in Next: New Gear
September/October 2012

Hard Copy

Practical HDR: A Complete Guide to Creating High Dynamic Range Images with Your Digital SLR by David Nightingale (Focal Press, 2012; ISBN: 978-0-240-82122-1). The book gives you step-by-step examples, as well as practical advice on shooting and processing high-dynamic-range images.

When Photography Really Works by Val Williams (Barron's Educational Series, 2012; ISBN: 978-0-7641-4789-0). Covering a time span of more than 100 years, the book shows readers how to recognize the defining qualities of important photographs in genres that include portraiture, landscapes, photojournalism and more. Work by Ansel Adams, Man Ray, Margaret Bourke-White, Garry Winogrand, Henri Cartier-Bresson and others is included.

Concert and Live Music Photography: Pro Tips from the Pit by J. Dennis Thomas (Focal Press, 2012; ISBN: 978-0-240-82064-4). This in-depth guide to shooting live music performances provides information on equipment, camera settings, composition and postprocessing, showing you how to get the best out of each performance shot. More than 160 photos are included.

Light and Lens: Photography in the Digital Age by Robert Hirsch with Greg Erf (Focal Press, 2012; ISBN: 978-0-240-81827-6). Learn the fundamental concepts of image-making using this thought-provoking book. It features several classroom-tested assignments and exercises, and also encourages you to analyze, discuss and write about your work and the images of others.

Photography: Capture to Presentation by Jack Klasey (Goodheart-Willcox, 2011; ISBN: 978-1-60525-576-7). Essential tools and techniques of photography are covered in this primer. After learning the fundamentals, the book goes into different kinds of photography, including action and event, outdoor, travel, portrait and studio shooting.

« Prev 4/4 Next

Login to post comments

Popular How-To

  • Always Be Sharpening

    Always Be Sharpening

    Raw image files are great, but they come out of the camera half-baked. If you’re not sharpening your RAW image files, your images won’t look their best.

  • Adding Copyright Information In Camera

    Adding Copyright Information In Camera

    Your ownership information can be embedded directly in EXIF metadata from the moment of capture. Here’s how.

  • Gear For The Soulful Photographer

    Gear For The Soulful Photographer

    Shooting with equipment that complements your individual aesthetic can lead to images with more depth and meaning

Popular Gear

Subscribe & Save!
International residents, click here.