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Digital Photography Composition For Dummies [Paperback]

Thomas Clark

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Part I: The Basics of Composition.

Chapter 1: Photographic Composition: The Overview.

Chapter 2: Developing an Eye for Composition.

Chapter 3: Getting to Know Your Equipment.

Part II: Elements of Photographic Design.

Chapter 4: Introducing the Elements of Photographic Design.

Chapter 5: Arranging Visual Elements in a Frame According to the "Rules".

Chapter 6: Paying Attention to Color in Composition.

Part III: Arranging the Key Elements to Compose a Successful Shot.

Chapter 7: Using Focal Points to Tell a Story.

Chapter 8: Finding Your Perspective.

Chapter 9: Backgrounds: As Important as the Subject.

Chapter 10: Using Light to Tell Your Story.

Chapter 11: Adding Interest through Framing and Formatting.

Chapter 12: Exploring Other Compositional Ideas.

Part IV: Composition in Action.

Chapter 13: Showing People in Their Best Light.

Chapter 14: In Nature: Landscapes and Wildlife.

Chapter 15: Shooting Still-Life Photography.

Chapter 16: Capturing (Or Stopping) Motion through Photography.

Chapter 17: Artsy Photos: Fine Art, Composite Pictures, and Abstracts.

Chapter 18: Improving Composition through Postproduction Editing.

Part V: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 19: Ten Ways to Improve Composition.

Chapter 20: Ten Tips for Finding Photographic Inspiration.

Chapter 21: Viewing Ten Compositions of One Scene.

Index.

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