By George Schaub
•Shows photographers the best way to use electronic printing options to create masterful black-and-white images
•Digital printing is exchanging the darkroom-everyone who shoots in black and white must be aware of those really expert techniques
Everybody's taking pictures in black and white-for weddings, for studio paintings, for photographs and relatives images, and something that appears nice with a vintage, documentary type. electronic cameras assist you shoot in black and white, yet many photographers are suffering to create the pointy, crisp, undying glance of significant photos during this medium. they want Amphoto's consultant to electronic Black and White Printing. From new electronic how you can practice conventional darkroom recommendations (such as publicity, burning and dodging, and spotlight regulate) to dealing with duotones, hue saturation, or even "hand coloring" effects...it's all right here, in black and white.
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Few of my underwater images contained any of the characteristic lighting traits of the underwater world. Of course, they were all taken underwater, but it seems that my traditional photographic techniques (dominated by lighting from my strobes) blast away all traces of the real world. Clearly I had a lot to learn about underwater light! So I set myself the challenge of trying to take images that contained more of these components and therefore would look closer to reality. I hoped that such an image would be more persuasive in communicating the true feeling of being underwater.
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