It has never been easier to make panoramas--both in terms of the new lightweight equipment and the spectacular quality of the final image output. New vistas concerning this unique way to see the world and express oneself abound in Panoramic Photography: From Composition and Exposure to Final Exhibition. Written by one of the world's pre-eminent panoramic photographers, the author, Arnaud Frich, provides diagrams to explain the technical details involved in various shots. Long on inspiration, you will find beautiful images by the author, as well as by BenoArt Ancelot, FranAsois-Xavier Bouchart, Franck Charel, Macduff Everton, David J. Osborn, and many others. Camera equipment examples and a list of suppliers make this book a valuable resource for all panoramic photographers. Inside you will find all the information you need to create your perfect panorama! Only with Panoramic Photography can you: *Explore flatback and rotating panoramic cameras and learn how swing-lens and rotational cameras work *Observe how camera choice affects the image and final composition *Learn the joining (or qstitchingq) method for assembling photographs with the Realvis Stitcher and Panavue ImageAssembler *Archive and store original negatives and digital files, as well as distribute panoramic images over the InternetUntil recently, the Fuji 617 was significantly more expensive than a 35mm camera, but today, the game has definitely changed. An up-to-date 35 mm camera and two ... I find two problems with these cameras, however. Apart from the relativelyanbsp;...
|Author||:||Arnaud Frich, Alan Greene|
|Publisher||:||Taylor & Francis - 2007|