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In FocusIn Focus: "National Geographic" Greatest Portraits National Geographic Greatest Portraits tells the story of portrait photography through the eyes, and words, of five accomplished National Geographic photographers. The book showcases images never-before-seen alongside award-winning favorites. New and fascinating text reveals photographers individual experiences photographing people. Portrait Photography.

DegreesDegrees With text by Pierce Brosnan, Sir Alan Bates and Kevin Bacon. Degrees is loosely based on the 'six degrees of separation' theory and the world-famous cinema game, The Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon. Andy Gotts has had extraordinary access to the world's most famous faces. Over 100 A-list actors feature in this fascinating collection of images and anecdotes. Each actor suggests a friend or colleague as the next person and, therefore, starts a wonderful chain of 'who knows who' and provides a glimpse into the human side of film. Portrait Photography.

The Business of Portrait PhotographyThe Business of Portrait Photography This manual on taking portrait photographs aims to provide all the tools, techniques and tactics to open a successful portrait studio or make a current studio all the more profitable. Professional portrait photographer Tom McDonald discusses the business strategies and provides photographic tips for surviving and thriving in this competitive field. There is advice on: selecting equipment; constructing a camera room; planning a promotion campaign; taking bridal and children's portraits; designing a price list; serving clients; creating vignettes; and more. This edition is revised and updated to include information on digital photography and its impact on the portrait business. It also contains the photographs and real-life case histories of 30 well-known portrait photographers. Portrait Photography.

Posing and Lighting TechniquesPosing and Lighting Techniques: For Studio Portrait Photography The analysis of the portraits in this book gives insight into how they were created and explains to studio photographers of all skill levels how to get the same great results. Carefully matching the pose to the subject of a photograph is a central lesson presented in this guide and ensures that the best portrait possible will be created to delight both client and photographer. Lighting setups and appropriate poses for head shots, three-quarter, and full-length portraits, as well as for specific body parts, are discussed at length. Works from the author's portfolio are shown and analyzed to reinforce each of the concepts presented. Portrait Photography.

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