Infrared photography offers a new look for the wedding album, with ethereal grays and whites and a smooth, glowing skin tone, but the technique is tricky in the hectic setting of a wedding This step by step manual meets the special needs of photographers who must achieve unique and beautiful portraits outside the studio The proper equipment for infrared photography, selecting and protecting sensitive infrared film, and packaging and marketing infrared wedding photography are covered....
|Title||:||Infrared Wedding Photography: Techniques and Images in Black & White|
|Publisher||:||Amherst Media February 1, 2000|
|Number of Pages||:||128 pages|
|File Size||:||662 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Infrared Wedding Photography: Techniques and Images in Black & White Reviews
Item is okay, but more for true beginners and less for someone trying to tune their skill set.
Terribly disapointed in the ultra-grainy pictures in this book. Maybe Im spoiled by my converted digital Canon XTi, which gets no graininess at all.... but the pics in this book are terrible. :-(
Finally, an infrared textbook written and illustrated for anyone in professional photography! If you would like to experience the mystery of infrared film and imaging, this publication is a must. Rice, Rice, and Hill have taken all the guesswork out of this fascinating field and show us the extreme limits of using this medium to increase sales and draw interest from our customers. This work is well-written, instructional, illustrative, and informative.
I have read several of Patrick Rice's books. He is awesome. His books are very educational, and well writen. The way he writes it makes it easy to understand.
Many examples of infrared images and a thorough explanation of each one that includes both technical and artistic qualities applied. From cover 2 cover it is great!!!!
This is by far the best book on infrared photography for the wedding photographer. Although some other wedding books I have touch on the topic, this one is complete. In great detail, every photo included is described with both technical information and the photographer's thoughts when creating the picture. This is a great book.
This book gave great ideas on technique, however the authors style and poor writing take a lot away from his over all validity. This isn't the first Patrick Rice book that I have read that has great technical input, but just lacked a steady flow. I recommend that he should look into a better editor if he continues to write more books, which I hope he does. He is very talented, just not a strong writer.
For all you photog's out there, this is the book for infrared, I have learned so much from Pat. He has got me excited about this very sensitive film. great job!