Digital Black & White Photography - The Expanded Guide
David Taylor | 2013 | ISBN: N/A | English | 193 Pages | True PDF | 64MB
Creating striking black & white photographs was once the preserve of the expert. Now, with a digital camera and the right software, this art form has never been more accessible. In 1826, the ?rst ever photograph was created. It was in black & white. The idea of creating a color photograph wasn't too far behind, but for most of the nineteenth century and well into the twentieth, photography was essentially a monochromatic art form. Black & white photography requires you to interpret the world in a different manner to the way you do when shooting color. A black & white photograph is a less literal representation of the captured scene. Because there are no color cues, tone and contrast become more important as a means of de?ning the relationship between the various elements of your photograph.
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