8 edition of How to digitally photograph cars found in the catalog.
How to digitally photograph cars
|Statement||by Jason Siu and Josh Mackey.|
|LC Classifications||TR716 .S58 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008035684|
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This is the best book available on automotive photography. In fact, it's the only book that discusses digital photography specifically, and also dedicates a chapter to post processing your digital photos.
The authors do a fantastic job of clearly explaining everything and use a /5(14). If you're new to photographing cars or even if you are a little experienced this book has a lot of information to help you create a better picture. It reminds you about the smaller details that will aid your picture-taking (i.e.
shoot a sedans with windows up/coupes with windows down) The book includes a lot /5(16). This book is not as technical as the Mann book. If How to digitally photograph cars book are just starting out as a photographer, I recommend this book.
Baker gives good clear descriptions of depth-of-field and aperture, etc. If you are more experienced with cameras, then the book How to Photograph Cars by James Mann is probably the one you want.3/5(5).
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Or, maybe even a forest full of autumn leaves. When in doubt, look at some car commercials. That is how you photograph a car. These techniques and many more are addressed in the latest edition of James Mann’s previously bestselling book, How to Photograph Cars which now includes new sections covering the developments associated with digital photography.
In keeping with this wholehearted embracing of the modern world, a website and You Tube channel have also been set. By: James Mann.
Capture the contours of your car with expert tips from professional photographer James Mann. Everything you need, from selecting equipment and film to static and action photography and studio techniques is bound into this fabulous all-color : $ Cars and motorcycles: You want a shallow depth of field to highlight the vehicle itself, so choose a large aperture — f/ or larger if you’re photographing a car from the side and f/ if you’re photographing a long vehicle from front to back.
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For more tips, check out her ongoing series: “ How to Make Your Own Digital Photo Book “. You can hold the camera at a 45 degree angle and take photos with cars going across the screen diagonally to emphasize speed (see image above).
Try taking photos from a low angle or a high angle. You can attach your camera to a monopod with a remote release and capture a high angle such as this car being rolled out to the starting grid (image. Techniques, tips, tricks and hacks for shooting better photos of cars. It's time to up your automotive photography game.
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It features in-depth post-processing techniques and shows you how to achieve that professional-quality photograph"--Page 4 of cover. How to photograph cars like a pro.
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