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ISBN-10: 0205933807

ISBN-13: 9780205933808

Edition: 11th 2014

Authors: Barbara London, John Upton, Jim Stone

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The most comprehensive, up-to-date resource for today's photography students Photography 11th edition offers an in-depth approach to photography that spans the ever-changing landscape of photography – from dark-room to digital print. This edition presents all facets of photography, laying out what you need to know to make photographs with digital tools as well as the integral steps to perfecting film print. My_Lab is an integral part of the London/Upton/Stone program. Key learning applications include videos, simulations, and MediaShare. A better teaching and learning experienceThe teaching and learning experience with this program helps to:Personalize Learning — MyArtsLab is an online…    
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Book details

List price: $150.00
Edition: 11th
Copyright year: 2014
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 2/26/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 10.00" wide x 10.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 3.146
Language: English

In this Section:
Getting Started
Exposure, Sensors and Film
Setting up a Digital Darkroom
Image Editing
Digital Printing
Organizing and Storing Your Work
Print Finishing and Display
Extending the Image
Seeing Photographs
History of Photography
Getting Started
Introducing the Camera
Getting Your Camera Ready
Focusing and Setting the Exposure
Taking Your Picture
What Will You Photograph?
Basic Camera Controls
The Shutter
The Aperture
Using Shutter and Aperture Together
Choosing a Camera
Keeping the Camera Steady
From Pinhole to Lens
Lens Focal Length
Special-Purpose Lenses
Focusing your Lenses
Focus and Depth of Field
Guidelines for Buying a Lens
Getting the Most from your Camera and Lens
Exposure, Sensors and Film
Exposure Basics
How to Meter
Responding to Light
Selecting and Using Film
Exposure Latitude and Dynamic Range
Film and Sensor Speed
Using Filters
Extending Beyond Visible Light
Using Exposure
Color: Additive or Subtractive
Color Photographs: Three Image Layers
Color Characteristics
Color Balance
Making a Color Print from a Negative
Setting up a Digital Darkroom
Hardware and Software
Photographs Are Files
Color Management
Importing Your Images
Setting Up a Workflow
Workflow Applications
Image Editing
Digital Post-Processing: Getting Started
An Image-Editing Workflow
Adjusting Color and Value
Adjusting All or Part of an Image
Other Editing Commands
Digital Printing
Printers and Printing
Printing Options
Display your Work
Ethics: How Far Can You Go?
Organizing and Storing Your Work
Image Storage
Metadata: Data About Your Files
Software to Keep You Organized
Archiving Digital Images
Archiving Film and Prints
Print Finishing and Display
Spotting to Remove Minor Flows
Mounting a Print
Direction of Light
Degree of Diffusion: From Hart to Soft Light
Available Light - Outdoors
Available Lights - Indoors
Artificial Light
The Main Light: The Dominant Source
The Fill Light: To Lighten Shadows
Lighting with Flash
Simple Portrait Lighting
Multiple-Light Portrait Setups
Lighting Textured Objects
Lighting Reflective Objects
Lighting Translucent Objects
Using Lighting
Extending the Image
Using Scale
Multiple Images
Fabricated to be Photographed
The Photograph as Object
Using Projections
Making a Book
Alternative Processes
Pinhole Photography
How to Make a Close-Up Photograph
Seeing Photographs
Basic Choices
Basic Design
More Choices
Looking at - and Talking About - Photographs
Showing Your Work to Editors and Others
History of Photography
The Invention of Photography
Daguerreotype: "Designs on Silver Bright"
Calotype: Pictures on Paper
Collodion Wet-Plate: Sharp and Reproducible
Gelatin/Emulsion/Roll-Film Basse: Photography for Everyone
Color Photography
Early Portraits
Early Travel Photography
Early Images of War
Time and Motion in Early Photography
The Photograph as a Document
Photography and Social Change
Photography as Art in the 19<Sup>th</Sup> Century
Pictorial Photography and the Photo-Secession
The Direct Image in Art
The Quest for a New Vision
Photography as Art in the 1950s and 1960s
Photography as Art in the 1970s and 1980s
Digital Photography Becomes Mainstream
A Gallery of Contemporary Photography