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Digital Wedding Photography Photo Workshop

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ISBN-10: 1118014111

ISBN-13: 9781118014110

Edition: 2011

Authors: Kenny Kim

List price: $19.99
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Aspiring and current wedding photographers will find this book to be an essential addition to their bookshelf. This complete guide to wedding photography covers the key concepts and skills necessary for successful wedding photography. Walking readers through the essential techniques for wedding photography, this book will cover lighting and exposure techniques for bright, normal, and low-light situations, common within the world of wedding photography, as well as business basics, post-production editing, composition, posing, and much more. A great new addition to the Photo Workshop series, this book will follow the successful template of other Photo Workshop books, offering stunning photography and inspiration for all levels of wedding photographers. Assignments at the end of every chapter allow readers to practice their skills and upload their photos to Photoworkshop.com to share their images and receive constructive critiques. Author Kenny Kim is a wildly successful international wedding photographer, who was voted as one of the best wedding photographers in the country by The Knot, the premiere wedding planning resource.
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Book details

List price: $19.99
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 5/20/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.694
Language: English

Wedding Photography Overview
What It Takes
Meeting the Clients
Covering the Day
Delivering the Goods
Getting the Most Out of Your Gear
Camera
Lenses
Lighting Tools
Light modifier tools
Accessories
Exposure and Composition
Exposure
Exposure Challenges
Composition
Developing a Style
What Is Style?
What to Look For
Creating a Look and Feel
Branding
Marketing Your Style
Outdoor Shooting
Exposure Considerations
Plan Ahead
Indoor Shooting
Exposure Considerations
White Balance and Artificial Lighting
Mixed Lighting Conditions
When to Use the Flash
The Bride and Groom
When to Take the Portaits
The Bride
The Groom
The Bride and Groom Together
Group Portraits
Making and Sticking to a Shot List
Location
Family
The Bridal Party
Posing Tips for Groups
Planning on the Best Time to Take the Group Portraits
How Many Photos Do you Actually Need?
The Ceremony
Preparation
The Must-Have Shots
Working with a Second Photographer
Working with Videographers
The Reception
The Venue
The Guests
Capturing the Dances
Cake Cutting
Toasts
Bouquet Toss and Garter Toss
Candids
Postproduction
Importing, Sorting, and Editing Images
Photo-Editing Software
Actions
Output
File Management and Storage
Glossary
Index