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Basics Photography 03: Capturing Colour

by Phil Malpas

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 294037306X, Paperback)

To create great photographs, the photographer must understand color. Basics Photography: Capturing Colour guides beginning photographers through the basics of color theory and explains how humans perceive color, the color of light, how to use filtration and white balance, how to use color to generate dynamic images, and how to successfully translate captured color into the photographic print. Fully illustrated with clear and concise diagrams and inspiring photographs, this is an ideal book for photographers at every level who want to master color in order to create their own exciting images.
* Color theory, plus how to use color
* More than 200 stunning full-color photos
* Clear, concise diagrams

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