The photography books, the real, paper ones, some really old, are still here, to inspire and teach. take a look at the list of books I compiled from my reading lists through years of learning.
The list was inspired by the lastest episode of .
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BTW, this will be another Antonio-free recording so we can't stream it live. Sorry!
Common Steps in Image Processing
Such things like Exposure, White Balance, some Colour tweaks, Noise reduction and Sharpening are all discussed with some explanation on why we do these adjustments.
On the news, we discuss IKEA slowly shedding photography for computer generated images, Kodak set to quit film and photo paper business, the imminent release of the Nikon D600 and the Super-Ultra-Mega new standard for video, the Hi-Vision 8K (is 7680×4320 pixels enough?)
Go get it :)
On this episode we highlight a few books that we think should also be part of your bookshelf.
Did we miss any book you think we shouldn't have? Let us know...
In the news, we’ve discussed a few of the latest issues with the newest cameras on the market, we’ve seen how a smartphone can be used to photograph the Olympics, and we take a look into the split-second decision to photograph or intervene in photojournalism.
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