Black & white photos can be truly remarkable, but equally challenging. There’s no color, no warmth, no cold, and none of the beauty or ugliness that color can bring. This eBook is designed to cover the special skills and setup needed to shoot successfully in black and white, how to process your photos, and more. Found here: The Essential Guide to Black and White Photography
Authored by renowned trainer and award winning black and white photographer, David J Nightingale, this eBook leverages both David’s skill as a trainer and exceptional abilities as a black and white photographer.
Topics Covered (127 Pages):
- The aesthetics of black and white photography
- How to approach shooting black and white
- How to perfectly convert to black and white
- Adjusting tonal range, balance and contrast
- Black and white portraiture techniques
- Toning black and white images
The bundle includes 10 Recipes for Amazing Black And White Photography which contains all the ingredients you’ll need for shots such as an Ansel Adams Landscape right through to vintage images and classic black and white portraits. These recipes are designed to help you take the amazing teaching in the essential guide, and put it into action in a variety of situations:
- An Ansel Adams landscape
- Changing the light
- A high key portrait
- A ‘dreamy’ portrait
- A low key portrait
- A ‘film noir’ portrait
- A vintage image
- A selectively colored image
- A hand-colored black and white image
- A bleach bypass effect
About the Author: David Nightingale is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning photographer, author and instructor. He has worked as a professional photographer since 2005 and has been the Creative Director of Chromasia Training Limited since 2007, a company specializing in online photography and post-production training, one-to-one tuition, and the delivery of high-quality workshops and photo tours around the world.
How to Get a Copy:
The guide comes in PDF format that can be read on computers, phones and most tablet computers (works great as a mobile reference out in the field).
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