Coveted secrets from one of the world’s top professional photographer’s
For the first time, renowned international photographer and author Michael Freeman reveals his key insider hints from the world of professional photography.
Based on his many years of experience, Michael Freeman’s 101 Top Digital Photography Tips explains how to use your digital camera efficiently and creatively, and how to think and shoot like a seasoned pro.
Photographers of all skill levels – point-and-shooters, enthusiastic amateurs and even fellow professionals – will find plenty of invaluable information, from making the most of your digital camera, to fixing damaged files and organising your photos effectively.
Even if you’re already familiar with Photoshop, Michael Freeman’s 101 Top Digital Photography Tips will help you shoot the best possible image in the first place, utilising your camera to the best of its abilities.
Insider hints and tips from one of the world’s top professional photographers.
Expert guidance on making the most of your digital camera.
Packed with practical advice that will benefit all levels of digital photographer.
Easily digestible nuggets of invaluable information that will help you capture your images the way you saw them.
Michael Freeman is perhaps the most widely published authority on photography in the world, not to mention a successful photographer in his own right. This recognition represents the wisdom that only four decades of editorial and commercial work can bring. A graduate of Brasenose College, Oxford University, Freeman first worked in London’s advertising industry during the period of exciting change that took place in the 60s. In 1970, he made the life-changing decision to travel up the Amazon river with two second-hand cameras, and when many of the resulting pictures were published Time-Life, he chose to embark on a full-time photographic career.
Since then, Freeman has consolidated his reputation as one of the world’s leading reportage photographers, working for clients that include all the globe’s major magazines, most notably Smithsonian magazine (for which he has shot more than 40 stories). Of his many books, which have sold over 4 million copies worldwide, more than 60 titles are on the practice of photography. For this photographic educational work, he was awarded the Prix Louis Philippe Clerc by the French Ministry of Culture.
Freeman’s books on photography, including L'occhio del fotografo, have been translated into 27 languages.
|Cover||softcover with flaps|
|Dimensions||cm 21,0 x 23,5|