Starting with the basics of camera control and moving on to shutter speeds, aperture, zoom and flash, Langford’s Starting Photography gives you the only introduction to digital photography you’ll ever need. Once you’ve mastered the basics, examples and projects allow you to explore the key methods for capturing a variety of subjects from portraits and pets to landscapes and sports photography, alongside straightforward advice on using editing software to get the best out of your digital shots, will have you producing unforgettable images in moments.
More inspiring than a textbook, more interesting than a reference, and more in-depth than a photography class, Langford’s Starting Photography is the only guide you need to start taking great images.
Chapter 1: Picture Making; Chapter 2: Cameras, Sensors and Film; Chapter 3: Creative use of Camera Controls; Chapter 4: Tackling Different Photographic Subjects; Chapter 5: Controlling Light; Photographic Workflow; Chapter 6: Digital Processing and Printing; Chapter 7: Black and White Film Processing and Printing; Chapter 8: Experimental and constructed images; Chapter 9: Presenting and Assessing Your Work; Chapter 10: Troubleshooting; Appendices. Glossary.