Simply Digital Photography by Rob Sheppard

By Rob Sheppard

Если вы серьезно относитесь к цифровой фотографии - этот ясный, краткий справочник - идеальная книга для быстрого и эффективного обучения. КнигаSimply electronic images предлагает методы, как сделать лучшие цифровые фотографии. Полноцветные скриншоты и постепенные инструкции показывают читателям, как использовать их оборудование, сделать лучшую фотографию, редактировать фотографиии, чтобы создать ошеломляющие изображения.

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A better approach is to tilt the camera down so that the back row of heads is close to the top of the picture. Centre a Close Portrait Left and Right When you get in close to a subject, you will often find that it looks best when balanced on left and right. You do want to keep headroom tight at the top, regardless of whether the subject is a person, a cat, or even a flower. By balancing the photo left and right, you make sure the viewer really looks at the subject rather than the composition. indd 33 8/20/10 10:52 PM8/20/10 10:52 PM WATCH YOUR EDGES 34 It is easy to get so caught up in your subject and making sure it looks right that you forget to look at the edges of the picture.

People as subjects are one of the most common reasons for taking a picture. You can get better people pictures by paying attention to where you place their heads. Keep Headroom Tight You will often see people pictures with the heads centred in the photo and a big space over their heads – too much headroom. Unless there is a good reason for putting space over a head (such as a frame being there), keep the space tight and to a minimum, but without touching the head to the top of the image area. Crop a Head to Show a Face You may notice that a dramatic effect often used by television news is to crop the photo of someone being interviewed so that you cannot see the top of their head.

You can also use your hand to shade your lens – just be careful it does not get in your photo! indd 51 8/20/10 10:54 PM8/20/10 10:54 PM ADD IMPACT WITH SPOTLIGHT 52 You know what it means to be “in the spotlight”. It is a theatrical expression that says you are getting more attention. Often that is exactly what you want to do with your photographs – give your subject more attention. Many lights can act like a spotlight and give that added attention to your subject by putting it in the light, while the rest of the scene is in darkness.

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