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  • Author:
    Norman Phillips
  • ISBN:
    1584281863
  • ISBN13:
    978-1584281863
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  • Publisher:
    Amherst Media (June 1, 2006)
  • Pages:
    127 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Photography & Video
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Norman Phillips is the recipient of more than 150 awards, including the Accolade of Outstanding . He is the author of Lighting Techniques for High Key Portrait Photography, as well as a regular contributor to Rangefinder.

Norman Phillips is the recipient of more than 150 awards, including the Accolade of Outstanding Photographic Excellence in Recognition of Contribution to the Industry. He lives in Highland Park, Illinois.

Studio Photography & Design on Wedding and Portrait Photographers' . I have created portraits for over 30 years.

Studio Photography & Design on Wedding and Portrait Photographers' Legal Handbook. Norman Phillips is the recipient of numerous fellowships and accolades for photographic achievement. He has presented nearly 200 seminars and workshops in both the United States and the United Kingdom. He is a frequent contributor to magazines and newsletters, including "Master Photographer," "Professional Image Maker, Rangefinder," and "WPPI Monthly. I read every book I can to observe the creative techniques that others use. I was stuned to start this book and look at the techniques.

Norman Phillips is the founder of The Norman Phillips of London Photography Studio. In fact, this book, in contrast to his 'Lighting Techniques for High Key Portrait Photography' and 'Lighting Techniques for Low Key Portrait Photography', has a very great deal more images in it. In fact, it is outstanding in that way. Something else I really appreciated was the final chapter on 'Glamor in Middle Key' because it featured didigtally enhanced images and showed how to go from ordinary to nice through the application of digital enhancements.

Portraiture tends to rely on standardized, established lighting techniques, but most photographers know that subscribing to. .

Portraiture tends to rely on standardized, established lighting techniques, but most photographers know that subscribing to traditional methods does not always flatter every subject. The techniques collected in this guide will heighten the senses of mystery and drama in a digital photographer's work by enhancing shape and contrast, keeping images fashionable and appealing with less reliance on natural light, and illuminating a subject's eyes without producing catchlights.

Corrective Lighting, Posing & Retouching for Digital Portrait Photographers

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Portraiture tends to rely on standardized, established lighting techniques, but most photographers know that subscribing to traditional .

However, I just can't

However, I just can't. The photography in this book is bad (frequently bad light, bad subjects, horrible backgrounds) and the posing of the subjects is frequently laughable for what is supposed to be a 'good' pose. Plus, the organization of the book is terrible. For what is supposed to be an educational book, these shortcomings take it from sub-average to unacceptable. What a waste of money - I bought the book in a hurry in a camera shop.

On-Camera Flash Techniques for Digital Wedding and Portrait Photography.

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Walmart eBooks App. or Kobo eReader. Portraiture tends to rely on standardized, established lighting techniques, but most photographers know that subscribing to traditional methods does not always flatter every subject. The techniques collected in this guide will heighten the senses of mystery and drama in a digital photographer's work.

Packed with images and diagrams from more than a dozen acclaimed photographers, this resource shows exactly how to master middle-key photographs. The techniques illustrated provide tips for establishing sufficient structure by precisely defining the objectives of the middle-key shoot. Covering all aspects-from the conception of the portrait to lighting, clothing, props, and backgrounds that support the image to the technical and equipment requirements-this guidebook also discusses middle key both within and outside the studio setting.

Portraiture tends to rely on standardized, established lighting techniques, but most photographers know that subscribing to traditional methods does not always flatter every subject. The techniques collected in this guide will heighten the senses of mystery and drama in a digital photographer's work by enhancing shape and contrast, keeping images fashionable and appealing with less reliance on natural light, and illuminating a subject's eyes without producing catchlights. In this manner, textbook lighting setups can act as a springboard to creating personal and artistic high-quality portraits featuring new, radically-altered lighting effects. Multiple series of before-and-after photos comprehensively illustrate how to utilize these new methods to create emotion-evoking works of art that do more than simply capture the likeness of a subject

Tar
I have created portraits for over 30 years. I read every book I can to observe the creative techniques that others use. I was stuned to start this book and look at the techniques. I thought that they were reflected the photography of an amateur, rather than a professional, especially one who is writing a book.

There were some statements that were made that were of interest.

However, the bulk of the photographs were poorly exposed and that was enough to be distracting.

I also found that the models used, no matter how much preframing the author did, did not reflect the mood that he had suggested that he accomplished.

All in all this is one of the few books in photography, that I am sorry I had purchased.
The_NiGGa
Good book, lots of info and tips
Nalme
I purchased this book because I thought it would give me a different insight on lighting patterns. It did, how not to light a scene. These are the worst examples of photography I can think of, I don't know how he got the book published. I'm not blaming Amazon, but this was a total waste of my money.
Sarin
I get the feeling that the author is simply bored of seeing classical portrait lighting after being a print judge for so many years.
He seems to be of the mindset that "different" means "more creative", and therefore better than traditional lighting techniques. I know many artists and photographers who use such reasoning to justify their bad portraits. No catchlights in the eyes? Since when are catchlights a bad thing?
Bottom line: the techniques taught in this book WILL NOT FLATTER YOUR SUBJECTS. It will just make it look like you don't know how to light a face properly. Buy a book on fashion lighting or classical lighting. There's a REASON professionals use traditional lighting: IT LOOKS GOOD!