Photojournalism Content and Technique

ISBN-10: 0697146294

ISBN-13: 9780697146298

Edition: 2nd 1994 (Revised)

Authors: D. Gregory Lewis

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List price: $103.13
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 1994
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 332
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.486
Language: English

Photojournalism: A Visual Mass Medium
The Nature of Photojournalism
Photojournalism in Practice Summary
Cameras Understanding the Tools
Viewing Systems
Focusing Systems Shutters Controlling Your Camera
The Shutter, Aperture, and Exposure
The Shutter and Aperture as Creative
Controls Other Controls on Your Camera
The Professionals' Choice
Film and Exposure
Film Exposure Light
Meters Exposure Systems
Why Lenses are Needed Lens
Characteristics Depth of Field Zoom Lenses and Special Purpose Lenses
The Professionals' Choice Filters
The Black�and�White Darkroom Film Processing
The Print Darkroom
Cleanliness and Safety
Light Light: A Fascinating Phenomenon
Characteristics of Light
Light in the Photograph
Using Light: Natural, Available, and Artificial Techniques
Composition: Arranging the Image to Communicate
Composition: Arranging the Image to Communicate
Composition: A Photographic Language
Elements and Principles of Composition CommonErrors in Composition
News and Features News or Features: What's the Difference?
Covering an Assignment
The Three Basic Shots of Photojournalism
News Survival Guide to Clich� Events Caption Information
The Challenge of Sports Photography
The Big Three: Football, Baseball, and Basketball Other Sports
Studio Photography
A Different Approach Equipment for Studio
Photography Basic Tips for Studio Photography
Making a Formal Portrait
A Basic Tabletop Shot Illustrative
Photography Special
Considerations: Food Fashion
The Photo Story Story or Essay?
Shooting the Story Editing the Pictures and Designing the Page
Case Histories
Photo Editing Selecting Photos for Publication Sorting
Through the Shoot Cropping
Captions Beyond the Camera
Ethics No Easy Answers Conflicts of Interest
Unpublished Photos Pictures
That Lie Grief, Suffering, Violence, and the Private Moment
The Legal Limits
The First Amendment: Not Unlimited Access to the News
Taking the Photo Invasion of Privacy
Libel Acquisition by Authorities
Education and Careers Your Education
The Photojournalist's Personality Building a Portfolio
Internships Job Hunting Freelancing
A Brief History of Photojournalism
Establishing Roles in the Nineteenth Century
Transition Years The 1920s
The 1930s War Troubled Decades Photojournalism
Revived What's Next?
Advanced Techniques
Introduction to Color
Introduction to Color
Color in Photojournalism
Light and Color Dealing with Color
Balance Color Films for Photojournalism
Processing Color Film
Tips and Techniques for Advanced Photographers
Communicating in Color
Introduction to Digital Photography
Digital Photography Image Capture
Image Input
The Digital Darkroom File Formats Photo CD Transmission To The Press
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