Fantastic photos and how to shoot them
62 ideas for creative photography
There is no secret to taking beautiful photos. But good photographers do have a few tricks up their sleeves... They know that clouds give a great soft natural light for portraits. They know that unusual angles draw the eye, and that their feet are just as effective as a zoom lens. They know how to turn a clichéd shot into something more. And they know that the best images are the ones that tell a story.
Perché i fotografi amano le giornate grigie (Why photographers prefer cloudy days) packs 62 of the most important creative ideas into one place. Through several examples and clear, funny texts, the author creates a useful guide for all photography geeks. Shot after shot, readers will find out that they don’t need an expensive camera, fancy lens or an over-priced flash to take great photos, and that planning, observing and constant practice are the key to improve their photographic performances.
Plunge into this book to find new ideas to inspire you, and tips that will help you take better, more original photos.
Haje Jan Kamps is a Dutch inventor, author, freelance writer, journalist, photographer and editor. Born in 1981, in 2001 he moved to UK, where he studied Journalism at Liverpool John Moores University, and started working in publishing and media. He now lives in San Francisco, California. Founder of the popular Photocritic photography blog, he’s written a series of books about photography.
|Author||Haje Jan Kamps|
|Dimensions||cm 14,9 x 21,0|