A Manual on Exposure in Photography
Ceriel van Arneman’s A Manual on Exposure in Photography comprehensively studies the mechanisms and applications of reflex and compact cameras through numerous images and detailed descriptions. Utilizing colorful photographs that showcase a variety of effects, Arneman explicitly states how photographers achieve different techniques. Moreover, he explains how to resolve numerous mishaps that may complicate a photographer’s shot. The quick resolutions that Arneman suggests will not only save time and money but also produce a much stronger image. His recommendations and tips provide useful points for all photographers across specifications and skill sets. For instance, Arneman’s recommendation to utilize a one-legged tripod for added stability, without added bulk or mass, will greatly benefit landscape photographers that may need to transport photography equipment across elevations without unnecessary heavy gear. Elsewhere, Arneman explains how different flash umbrellas will impact a photograph. Those interested in portraiture will find this section particularly interesting as it covers flash umbrellas ability to eliminate shadows as well as which umbrellas to utilize with which skin tones. In addition to describing how to use various photography accessories, Arneman also provides illustrative and textual references to show readers how to create several photography accessories from materials found around the home. The knowledge and material shared in A Manual on Exposure in Photography provides invaluable tidbits that would easily cost an individual hundreds of dollars in a photography course. In 100 pages, Ceriel van Arneman not only instructs readers on camera features and use but also on the homemade accessories that will elevate an amateur shot to a breathtaking, successful photograph anyone would be proud to hang on their wall. Ceriel van Arneman’s work A Manual on Exposure in Photography unequivocally earns 4 stars for a thorough education on the opportunities available in the field of photography. A Manual on Exposure in Photography will have every reader feeling confident and qualified to capture incredible scenes within their own surroundings in no time.
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|Author||Ceriel van Arneman|
|Page Count||112 pages|
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