Picture Editing

ISBN-10: 0240516184
ISBN-13: 9780240516189
Edition: 2nd 2000 (Revised)
Author(s): Tom Ang
Description: Tom Ang explains with many illustrations the technique of picture editing, from the physical aspects right through to the more abstract legal and copyright implications. The latest computer assisted equipment is also included.
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Edition: 2nd
Copyright Year: 2000
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication Date: 8/1/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 275
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.694
Language: English

Tom Ang explains with many illustrations the technique of picture editing, from the physical aspects right through to the more abstract legal and copyright implications. The latest computer assisted equipment is also included.

Freelance photographer, and senior lecturer in photographic practice and course leader of BA (Hons) Photography and Multimedia (part-time) in the School of Communication, Design & Media at the University of Westminster.

Preface to the second edition
Acknowledgements
Introduction
What is picture editing
Who should read this book?
The process of picture editing
Picture editing contexts
Types of contexts
Picture agencies
Newspapers
Magazines
Books
Exhibitions
Photographic awards
Assessments in educational contexts
New technologies
Exercises
Picture research
Picture researchers
Types of picture sources
Briefing
Impact of digital technology
Exercises
Commissioning
Why use photographs at all?
Photograph or artwork?
When to commission
Commissioning
Checklist for commissioning
Briefing
Checklist for a briefing
Budgeting and rates
Viewing portfolios
Feedback
Commissioning the new photographer
Failed commissions
Action on failed commissions
Shipping photographs
Checklist for shipping photographs
Exercises
Tools
Loupe
Light-box
Standard viewing conditions
Suggested good practice for loupe and light-box
Masks and overlays
Viewing console
Daylight projector
Digital viewing
Viewing filters
Miscellaneous kit
Densitometer
Slide mounts
Photographic storage systems
Archival storage conditions
Print storage
Slide storage
Digital media
Computerized filing
Exercises
Picture selection
Assembly
Technical edit
Minimum standards for picture selection
Primary edit
Non-technical factors
Other factors
Practical techniques
Ethical and moral issues
Ethics and morals
Ethics and photography
Image manipulation
To set up or not to set up?
Responsibilities towards photographers
Responsibility to subject
Right to privacy
Good repute of photography
Exercises
The electronic picture desk
Electronic picture desk
Image capture
Accession
Technical check
Technical check for digital images
Digital image manipulation
Output
Entering the production cycle
Cropping
Marking up
Picture information
Preparation for scanning
Monitoring quality
Legal issues
Copyright
Evolution of copyright
International aspects
Assignment of rights
Licensing the use of photographs
Remedies for infringement
Grey areas
Taking action
Multimedia and Internet law
How to handle complaints
Breach of confidence
Contracts
Model releases
Obscene and indecent photographs
Privacy
Defamation and libel
Other restrictions on photography
Exercises
Careers advice
Glossary
References
Code of Practice: Press Complaints Commission
Index

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