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The Complete Photo Manual (Popular Photography): 300+ Skills and Tips for Making Great Pictures
The Complete Photo Manual (Popular Photography): 300+ Skills and Tips for Making Great Pictures
Ever wanted to take a photo of a cyclist in motion? Shoot portraits of your loved ones that show them at their best, or compose fine-art images that reveal your creativity? With The Complete Photo Manual, picture-perfect photos are just a shutter's click away.
Photography books tend to be long, technical, and full of complicated jargon. For the amateur or pro who just wants to get quick-hitting tips and loads of inspiration, this is the book that does the job. In 355 handy, easy-to-grasp hints, this book gives you what you need to know to grasp the basics of lighting, composition, gear, working with models, and much, much more. Pro tips make this much more than a beginner’s guide.
Taking amazing pictures is getting easier and easier with the advances in digital photography, and The Complete Photo Manual is here to help you take full advantage! Organized into three useful chapters (Gear & Setup, Shooting & Composing, and Processing & Beyond), this book from the experts at Popular Photography magazine helps you select and use cutting-edge cameras and accessories; teaches you to see the world as a photographer does and shoot in the moment to capture great shots as they happen; and then tweak your images in photo-processing software for next-level effects.
From the subtle (adjusting the color in a picture to create a different mood) to the artistic (compositions merging several photos to dramatic effect) to the downright amazing (how to photograph yourself levitating . . . it’s easier than you think!), The Complete Photo Manual opens up a whole world of photographic possibility.
Set-ups and techniques are described in detail, with easy-to-understand illustrations and diagrams, and a wealth of beautifully inspirational photography. Beginners will learn ways to quickly move into new realms of expertise, and even old pros will pick up some new tricks. Anyone who has ever looked at an amazing composition or a skillful composite and said, “How did they do that?” will find this book irresistible.

Friedrich Zelnik
Friedrich Zelnik
German postcard by Rotophot in the Film Sterne series, no. 82/5. Photo: Karl Schenker, Berlin. Austrian actor Friedrich Zelnik or Frederic Zelnik (1885 - 1950) was also one of the most important producers-directors of the German silent cinema. Already in the early 1910’s he became a film star in Germany, but during the 1920’s he had his greatest successes there as director-producer of operetta style costume films starring his wife, Lya Mara. A critical success was his drama Die Weber/The Weaver (1927). After 1933, he worked in Great-Britain and also directed two films in the Netherlands. Friedrich Zelnik was born in a Jewish family in Czernowitz, then the capital of the Duchy of Bukovina in the Austrian part of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy (today Chernivtsi, Ukraine) in 1885. Czernowitz was largely populated by Jews. After Wilno it was the most important city for the Jewish culture in Eastern Europe. Zelnik studied law in Vienna, but then worked as an actor in theaters in Nurnberg, Aachen, Worms, Prague and finally Berlin - in the theaters Theater an der Konigsgratzer Stra?e, Berliner Theater and Komodienhaus. In 1910 he began to act in short silent films for Messters Projektion GmbH, such as Verkannt/Misunderstood (1910), Japanisches Opfer/Japanese victims (1910, Adolf Gartner) with Max Mack, and Im Gluck vergessen/Forget the luck (1911, Adolf Gartner) with silent superstar Henny Porten. For another company he played the lead in Europaisches Sklavenleben/European slave life (1912, Emil Justitz). These films made him one of the first German film stars. Then there was an interval in his film career of three years during which Zelnik set up his own production company, Berliner Film-Manukfaktur, together with Walter Behrend and Max Liebenau. In 1915, he started to produce and direct films while he still also played parts in other directors’ films. Among these films were the Sherlock Holmes mystery Das dunkle Schlo?/The Hound of the Baskervilles: The Dark Castle (1915, Willy Zeyn) starring Eugen Burg as Holmes, Arme Maria/poor Mary (1915, Willy Zeyn, Max Mack) featuring Hanni Weisse, and Die Fiebersonate/The Fever Sonata (1916, Emmerich Hanus) with Lotte Neumann. This latter film he also produced. Other early productions were Ein Zirkusmadel/A Circus Girl (1917, Carl Wilhelm) with Lisa Weise, and the Charles Dickens adaptation Klein Doortje/Little Dorrit (1917, Friedrich Zelnik). In 1918 Friedrich Zelnik married a young Polish ballet dancer turned film actress named Lya Mara. He started to produce and direct films for her and made Mara a huge star of the german cinema. Between 1917 and 1922 the Berliner Film-Manukfaktur produced more than 120 films. From 1920 on Zelnik's companies ran under several names: Zelnik-Mara-Film GmbH, Friedrich Zelnik-film GmbH, and Efzet-Film GmbH. Zelnik-Mara-Film GmbH produced silent entertainment films in which Mara was the female star. Together they made very popular, operetta style costume films like An der schonen blauen Donau/The Beautiful Blue Danube (1926, Friedrich Zelnik) with Harry Liedtke, Die Forsterchristl/The Bohemian Dancer (1926, Friedrich Zelnik) again with Liedtke, Das Tanzende Wien/Dancing Vienna (1927, Friedrich Zelnik), and Heut' tanzt Mariett/Marietta (1928, Friedrich Zelnik) with Fred Louis Lerch. These films brought Lya Mara and Zelnik enormous success in Germany and beyond. Filmportal.de: ”Zelnik's sentimental costume dramas (…) always ranked among the greatest box office hits of their respective season. Nevertheless, his filmic version of Gerhart Hauptmann's Die Weber/The Weaver (1927, Friedrich Zelnik) became popular even with ‘progressive’ critics. To this day, this rather untypical film for Zelnik still mainly accounts for his reputation as a filmmaker.” Several of his collaborators, including cameraman Frederik Fuglsang and production designer Andre Andrejew, are perceived today as notable artists of the German silent cinema. Another important collaborator was scriptwriter Fanny Carlsen. Busy with directing and producing these films, Zelnik did not find the time appear himself in films. His last film appearance was in Das Geheimnis der alten Mamsell/The Story of the Old Mademoiselle (1925, Paul Merzbach) starring Marcella Albani. In 1925, Zelnik was head of production at Deutsche Fox for six films, and in 1926 he became a board member and the art director of Defu (Deutsche Film Union AG) and Defina (Deutsche First National Pictures GmbH). Upon the introduction of sound film, Friedrich Zelnik became the first director in Europe to post synchronize a film, the Edgars Wallace adaptation Der rote Kreis/The Crimson Circle (1929, Friedrich Zelnik) starring Lya Mara and Stewart Rome. In London, he used the DeForest Phonofilm sound-on-film process, and added music by Edmund Meisel. In 1930, the Friedrich Zelnik-Film GmbH went into liquidation and Zelnik travelled to Hollywood, California. Upon his return he directed his first full s
Yesterday's Photography, Today's Processing
Yesterday's Photography, Today's Processing
Now I know why people are superloaders. They don't have the need to accumulate tons of photos and then mass process them 10 years after they shoot. I'm slowly digging through the archive and found 50 or so I'd like to process so here's one that I finished recently. Comment and critique welcome! Canon 5d, 16-35. Seriously, no more slow loading..gah
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Killer Photos with Your iPhone, 1st ed
Killer Photos with Your iPhone shows students how to take fantastic pictures using the camera built right into their iPhone. Because of its portability and unique capabilities, the iPhone camera is now one of the most popular digital cameras on the market, and this book shows you how to do everything from taking simple pictures to using apps to snap and create innovative images. You'll find information on the basics of shooting with an iPhone, including how to aim, compose, and focus your shots, as well as shooting within an app platform, and even post-processing. Many of the most popular photography apps are covered, and explained option-by-option with full-color images that allow students to see the progression of the app all at once instead of step-by-step. Covering both the 3G and 3GS iPhone models, this book will have students shooting, editing, and sharing killer photos in no time!

Killer Photos with Your iPhone shows students how to take fantastic pictures using the camera built right into their iPhone. Because of its portability and unique capabilities, the iPhone camera is now one of the most popular digital cameras on the market, and this book shows you how to do everything from taking simple pictures to using apps to snap and create innovative images. You'll find information on the basics of shooting with an iPhone, including how to aim, compose, and focus your shots, as well as shooting within an app platform, and even post-processing. Many of the most popular photography apps are covered, and explained option-by-option with full-color images that allow students to see the progression of the app all at once instead of step-by-step. Covering both the 3G and 3GS iPhone models, this book will have students shooting, editing, and sharing killer photos in no time!