Published May 2002
by David & Charles Publishers .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
This was a decent guide to filters, but most of the information you can find online for free. The book doesn't dive into enough details and most of the filters that are covered are pretty basic. If you are just getting started with filters this book might be an option for you. I was hoping for more advanced information and technique on filter by: 1. Buy The Digital Photographer's Guide to Filters: The Complete Guide to Hardware and Software Filtration by Ross Hoddinott online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ The Photographer's Guide to Filters provides clear answers to these, and many others, questions. A comprehensive guide to filters and how to use them; Features easy-to-follow reference charts and specially commissioned comparison shots; Covers filters for both colour and black-and-white photography; Suitable for photographers of all levels of. Get this from a library! The photographer's guide to filters. [Lee Frost] -- This guide to using filters in photography covers colour and black and white film. Beginners can learn what filters are available and how to use them successfully. More experienced photographers will.
Various types and styles of photography are also covered, including handheld, travel and stitched panorama shooting. Correct exposure, composition and color are dealt with, as well and the book features a guide to thinking in black-and-white and a chapter devoted to using filters specifically in digital s: 1. Buy The Photographer's Guide to Filters New edition by Frost, Lee (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(89). Digital photography has changed the art of filtering forever - no longer is it just a matter of in-camera technique, but now encompasses a wide range of manipulations in the digital this comprehensive guide for the modern photographer, Ross Hoddinott explains when and how to use traditional hardware filters on your camera, and how to achieve the same effects with software Reviews: Several photographers told me I had to put a Steve McCurry book in this list, and for me this is the obvious pick – this are bigger books out there, but at 11 inches (27cm) on the long side this is big enough to enjoy Magnum-photographer McCurry’s amazing assignments for National Geographic back in the day, while being small enough to make.
Stan Sholik is the coauthor of "Macro and Close-up Photography Handbook," "Master Guide to Digital SLR Cameras," and "Photographer's Filter Handbook" and his articles have appeared in "Peterson's Photographic," "Photo Lab Management," "Professional Photographer," and "View Camera." He has worked as a professional photographer for more than 30 /5(11). The Digital Photographers Guide to Filters is a guide which demonstrates the traditional filtration and post-processing techniques to help a photographer create better images then ever before. Mastering Filters for Photography is a very detailed technical book for those who are more advanced in photography and want to explore filters far more indepth than simply when is an infrared filter used, what is a star filter or the benefits of a rather common circular polarizing or UV filter/5(25). The Photographer's Guide to Using Filters, which has been revised and updated, helps amateurs and professionals alike sort out the many options at their disposal. With more than beautiful color and black-and-white images to illustrate his points, professional photographer Joseph Meehan explains how to use chromatic (colored) filters, which change the color content of light; nonchromatic Cited by: 1.