Learning to See Creatively Photography Book

Learning to See Creatively
Bryan Peterson, after a great success with Understanding Exposure comes with another must have book:
Learning to See Creatively: Design, Color & Composition in Photography.
This book, read after his first book, is just like continuing the photographing steps because it focuses more on improvement of the photographic vision and taken images, not the shooting techniques. Therefore, here you will find explanations about elements of photographic design like line, shape, form, texture, pattern and colors. Its all about learning to improve your artistic senses, your talent, learning to understand aesthetics and avoid kitsch.
Then, he demonstrates that minor changes can have profound effects on the success of the picture.

Now totally rewritten, revised, and expanded, this best-selling guide takes a radical approach to creativity. It explains how it is not some gift only for the “chosen few” but actually a skill that can be learned and applied.Using inventive photos from his own stunning portfolio, author and veteran photographer Bryan Peterson deconstructs creativity for photographers. He details the basic techniques that went into not only taking a particular photo, but also provides insights on how to improve upon it-helping readers avoid the visual pitfalls and technical dead ends that can lead to dull, uninventive photographs. This revised edition features the latest information on digital photography and digital imaging software, as well as an all-new section on color as a design element. Learning to See Creatively is the definitive reference for any photographers looking for a fresh perspective on their work.

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By Laura

I started photography as a hobby in 2005, during college. My passion slowly became a more important part of my life since 2008. Because of using a combination of my photographic knowledge, with those of internet marketing, I like to call myself a "photomarketer".

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