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Basics Photography 06: Working in Black & White

Author: Prakel, David
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Pub Date: 01/12/2008
Publisher: UNKNOWN
ISBN: 9782940373857
Availability: In Stock
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Quick overview Covers various aspects of black-and-white photography for both film and digital formats. This book explains basic theory, how colours become greyscale tones and how photographers can learn to see in black-and-white. It also explores themes of black-and-white photography and how to develop a mastery of the necessary techniques are also explored.
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Provides a comprehensive guide to the basic theory and practice of black and white photography, from the relationship between colour and greyscale tones to the art of seeingA" in black and white. Black and white, the book argues, has been the soul and conscience of photography since its conception. Black and white is not a lesser colour image - it is, in many ways, more powerful. It gets to the core of what is important in an image, leaving behind the distractions of colour.

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