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How to create high-impact color photographs. Satterwhite on Color and Design

How to create high-impact color photographs. Satterwhite on Color and Design

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In the studio and on location, Joy and Al Satterwhite work together as a team, and in this book they share with you their time-tested techniques for success. Al's running commentary details the creative and technical challenges in every shoot they describe.
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  1. To match the unique, high-impact look of an Al Satterwhite photography, you have to understand the way he works. His bold, innovative use of bright color is central to how he designs his images, making his clean graphic style highly visible and highly in demand. Satterwhite on Color and Design will show you how to achieve the same brilliant color and your own consistent style no matter what kind of photography you do. In the studio and on location, Joy and Al Satterwhite work together as a team, and in this book they share with you their time-tested techniques for success. Al's running commentary details the creative and technical challenges in every shoot they describe, while Joy provides a complete logistical analysis of the production work involved. Written by Joy Satterwhite; Al Satterwhite. 144 pages long.This authoritative handbook is designed to assist both scientists and science students in the production of publication-grade still photographs. It can be used by anyone with a minimal background in photography.
    The author emphasizes techniques in still photography that produce clear, unambiguous, and informative illustrations. Special attention is given to the lighting of objects, closeup flash photography, photomacrography, and the making of high-quality pictures through the microscope. Stereo photography and the use of color filters are also covered. There are solutions to general problems in scientific photography, such as the control of reflections and motions, and the lighting of spheres and cylinders. Methods for photographing a great variety of specific subjects, such as laboratory apparatus, crystals, fossils, insect materials of all kinds, and living and preserved plant and animal specimens, are discussed in detail. The final chapters of the text offer clear descriptions of the techniques of copying and slide making, and the preparation of photographs for publication and viewing. (Secondhand) Written by Alfred A Blaker. 320 pages long.
 
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