Quality in Photography by Roger Hicks
This unique handbook for photographers looks at every stage of the photographic process and shows how often overlooked details can make all the difference between a good photograph, and a great photograph. Quality is easier to recognize than describe, but the techniques for achieving it can be learned. In their straightforward, easy-to-understand style, well-known authors and working photographers Hicks and Schultz look at the entire picture-taking process to ensure you get quality photos every time. Choosing a camera, selecting subjects, composition, taking the shot, developing, darkroom printing, digital manipulation and output - all subjects are discussed in detail. There is also a close look at presentation for exhibition, publication, projection and websites.