Photographing Historic Buildings
Paperback by Steve Cole
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Light is what we work with, whether we make use of existing light sources or introduce our own; it is this which will most greatly influence our photographs and our understanding of what we have captured through the lens.
Digital capture is a great liberator for the photographer, but this can lead to a scatter gun approach. This book brings a more thorough and measured approach to the process.
Other factors such as viewpoint and technical settings on the camera will also play a vital part in the story we want to tell. Illustrated throughout with examples of good and bad practice, this book sets out techniques and strategies in a simple and straightforward way for those who want to make their photographs of buildings truly effective.
- The practicalities of location photography
- Compostion considerations
- The subjects
- Understanding photographic surveys
- Glossary of photographic terms
- Further reading
- Web sources
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- Series: Architectural History
- Publication Status: Completed
- Format: Paperback
- Physical Size: 246 x 189 mm
- Pages: 257
- Illustration: 490, colour
- ISBN: 9781848022690
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