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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Design is the single most important factor in creating a successful photograph. The ability to see the potential for a strong picture and then organize the graphic elements into an effective, compelling composition has always been one of the key skills in making photographs.
Digital photography has brought a new, exciting aspect to design – first because the instant feedbac Design is the single most important factor in creating a successful photograph. Digital photography has brought a new, exciting aspect to design – first because the instant feedback from a digital camera allows immediate appraisal and improvement; and second because image-editing tools make it possible to alter and enhance the design after the shutter has been pressed.
This has had a profound effect on the way digital photographers take pictures. Now published in sixteen languages, The Photographer’s Eye continues to speak to photographers everywhere. The book explores all the traditional approaches to composition and design, but crucially, it also addresses the new digital technique of shooting in the knowledge that a picture will later be edited, manipulated, or montaged to result in a final image that may be very different from the one seen in the viewfinder.
Paperbackpages. Published May 23rd by Focal Press first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Photographer’s Eyeplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about The Photographer’s Eye. Lists with This Book. Every person who’d like to take good photos. Before reading anything about the mechanics, physics or anything else. Before having a fancy camera, if you’re not too late for that already.
See what another photographer thinks of it: View all 3 comments. Mar 24, Natalie rated it liked fremean Shelves: Another book read in my bid to quit academia and do photography forever could my money be spent buying fotohrafo equipment? I found his last chapter rfeeman Process very useful, especially his rundowns on what he was thinking during specific shots. It’s all useful to keep in mind, but at the same time, for a hands on person such as myself, I don’t think there’s any way to keep all these good ideas in y Another book read in my bid to quit academia and do photography forever could my money be spent buying better equipment?
It’s all useful to keep in mind, but at the same time, for a hands on person such as myself, I don’t think there’s any way to keep all these good ideas in your head all the time with your camera. There is no real shortcut, just practice, for good composition. Freeman’s attempt is a good one, but if you’re like freeamn, you’re just going to throw this out while shooting on the fly anyway.
The Photographer’s Eye: Composition and Design for Better Digital Photos by Michael Freeman
However, using these techniques to analyze your own work AFTER is definitely something I highly recommend to remember deo the next time you go out. Nov 25, Elwyn rated it really liked it.
It’s one thing to teach the technical side of photography. It is true that shutter speed, aperture, and ISO settings are important. It is however, considerably more difficult to teach the artistic side, to help the photographer see things a certain way.
The ambition fotoografo the book is high, and reaches for it well. The pictures are inspiring and the thought process behind them is enough to help you starting seeing with a photographer’s eye.
That is just the beginning. Aug 11, Annie rated it it was amazing.
My review is of “The Photographer’s Eye: A really well-done explanation of composition in photography. Overall this book is excellent for making you think critically about the w Note: A lot of it makes great intuitive sense, but may not have occurred to you before. Putting a subject in the center of a consistent background i.
Putting them off-center allows the eye to see both the background and the subject together. But where there is something that suggests centrality i. Inspired, creative, skillfully done. The example pictures were interesting but the accompanying text was laborious to read.
Instead of practical tips and straight-forward pointers, the talk revolved around the abstract theory and philosophy of photography and composition and I really didn’t feel like it was adding anything to my skills or knowledge.
Eventually I just started skipping all the ramblings and concentrated on the example photos instead. Truly, a single picture is worth a thousand photos and this book is a good example o The example pictures were interesting but the accompanying text was laborious to read.
Truly, a single picture is worth a thousand photos and this book is a good example of that. Nov 01, Ryan rated it really liked it. Took a while to get through the book.
Tried to take notes and go out and practice it after reading but it was hard to digest all at once. The structure of the book is laid out such that photography tools are introduced then the process is described.
Tools include colour, lines and shapes, and Gestalt principles. Although useful, most photographers should have these in mind already so it wasn’t very thought provoking.
It came down to contrast, contrast, contrast. However, Freeman does discuss dif Took a while to get through the book. However, Freeman does discuss different intents for photographs that did open my eyes to different possibilities. The real meat of the book is the plethora of examples Freeman provides for each chapter and the Process chapter. With case studies and second by second photograph examples, you truly do learn about how a photographer’s sees. Jun 05, Ali Zarezade rated it really liked it Shelves: Apr 28, Michael Scott rated it it was amazing Shelves: Es una lectura interesante.
One of the best rare photography books focusing on the craft The age of consumer electronics has reduced photography to contests of camera specs.
Most photography books then are just digests of gadget manuals. This book offers true contents and knowledges about the craft of photography.
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The book lays down oojo commonly accepted basic concepts of visual art as the foundation for discussion about how to think about making photographs. Something that most serious hobbyists and amateurs struggle to ma One of the best rare photography books focusing on the craft The age of consumer electronics has reduced photography to contests of camera specs. Something that most serious hobbyists and amateurs struggle to make sense of systematically.
Conflicting ideas, confusing jargons, and myths going around mkchael equipment websites are addressed properly with reference and history of the craft. Aug 22, Amanda Morris rated it liked it. This is an excellent photography book. But I did find times when my attention began to wonder as I read it.
It took me a lot longer to finish it than it should have due to this. I did learn a lot about composition from this book though and I tend to see more style and techniques that I had not before reading it. It just seems like there could have been a more simple way to explain some of the techniques he was trying to get across to the readers.
The photos were beautiful and illustrated his poi This is an excellent photography book. The photos were beautiful and illustrated his points well. However, the text would often refer to photos many pages back or forward in the book and I had to keep flipping around to see them.
Jul 14, Scott Swenson rated it it was amazing. I got this book about 18 months ago and I am still reading it. What I mean by that is the book isn’t one that you will get as much out of if you just read it from cover to cover and put on the shelf.
With this one I read a bit in it every couple of weeks, and I find myself seeing thing differently when I shoot. Oct 23, Sean rated it it was amazing. One of the best photography books I’ve read. It is an invaluable resource for expanding your photographic and artistic compositional knowledge and has some very good discussions on relevant art theory as well.
Jul 03, Lola rated it it was amazing. I will be recommending to others, and will be keeping this as a reference book. May 19, Nancy DeValve rated it it was amazing. I took my time reading through this book. As oj subtitle says, it is all about composing and designing better pictures. The author introduces a lot of technical aspects of photographing which, when you see them in a picture you know it’s a good photo without being able to say why.
He teaches you things such vectors, using circles and ojk, dynamic tension, filling the frame, and color in composition, just to name a few. I took a long time reading this book fototrafo it has a LOT of information a I took my time reading through this book.