Point and Shoot Underwater Digital Photography will help you select a camera and housing that will fit your needs, show you how to maintain it in good working order and how to use your system to achieve the best results. The book is divided into two parts. Part One covers cameras, housings, accessories, and the care and maintenance of UW photo gear. Part Two covers underwater photography techniques for getting the best results from your equipment. This book is a valuable learning resource for both first time underwater photographers and for existing point and shoot camera owners who wish to improve their quality.
On a day like any other, Kendra Hardie picks up the phone. A voice says, 'leave the house and you're dead'. Then the line is cut. Kendra hasn't seen her husband Charlie for nearly a decade. He hasn't forgotten about her - but neither have his enemies. And he has a lot of enemies. Charlie thought he could protect her by staying away. But now he has access to secrets his enemies will kill to keep hidden, and they're planning to start with his family. After years in exile, Charlie's arming up... and heading home.
Learning to Use a Digital SLR or Interchangeable-Lens Camera
Author: Darrell Young
Pubpsher: Rocky Nook, Inc.
There are two types of new photographers: those satisfied with their low-cost point-and-shoot cameras, and those more enthusiastic photographers who recognize the limitations of low-cost equipment and want to improve their pictures. No longer satisfied with simple snapshots, the enthusiast moves up to a more complex digital camera-one with interchangeable lenses and manual controls-to satisfy their artistic urge. Assuming little to no knowledge of photographic terms, techniques, or technology, Beyond Point-And-Shoot is intended to help smooth the transition from photographic newbie to "real" photographer who is experienced, in-control, and passionate about their craft. Author Darrell Young explores various types of interchangeable-lens cameras, focusing on those with larger imaging sensors, such as digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) cameras. Learn how to get the most out of your camera's automatic and semi-automatic exposure modes, as well as how to move beyond those modes and take full, manual control of your camera. Watch your photography improve as you discover how to apply important photographic principles, such as depth of field, white balance, and metering. With this newfound knowledge you'll move beyond point-and-shoot and begin taking truly great photographs. Other topics include: Camera types Lenses Aperture, shutter speed, and ISO Metering and shooting controls Lens focal lengths and angles of view The histogram Color spaces Sensors Filters Image file formats Managing digital noise And much more!
Cara's poetry and photography pairings are like no other. As an artist, Cara captures her audience with her every woman ways. Her works evoke the reader’s full spectrum of emotions – from sadness to laughter, fear to faith, hate to love... every human feeling possible. Her poetry is as inspiring and thought-provoking as it is whimsical and fun; her photographs as original and earthy as they are stunning and spiritual. Cara - a romanticist while at the same time a modernist - appeals to our five senses as well as to our minds and spirits. From verse that is free-formed or rhyming and from images that are vividly colorful or black and white, her words and pictures serve as metaphors and analogies for the experiences and realities of, and the hopes and the dreams in, all of us. Still, Cara’s poems and pictures are definitely and most uniquely her own. Her coupling of verse and imagery is deeply personal and is as much about nature as it is surreal; profound, yet simple. In her wonderful little book of poetry and photography, "Point & Shoot Poetry ~ Image & Verse (for better or worse)...", Cara has so creatively combined these two art forms as to complement one another so partakers of her work not only relate to both the meaningful and the light-hearted messages and nuances, but they also are inspired to plunge deeper into their own feelings and soar higher with their own imaginations as they feast on Cara’s rich “morsels” of work. Cara’s photos capture locales such as South Dakota (where Cara was born and raised), Colorado, Nebraska, Mexico, and California. The humans (who serve as Cara’s “models”) are friends or acquaintances or those whom Cara just happened to spot and “capture” on film by merely “pointing and shooting”. They are of varying ethnicities, creeds, colors, and locales. And, the animals that “pose” for Cara are her good “friends”, as well. These "everyday" animals, people, places, and things (such as bridges, airports, alleys, school houses, highways and byways...) were so inspirational to Cara as to lead her to “tell a/their story”.
Release on 2016-10-04 | by Annette Danto,Mobina Hashmi,Lonnie Isabel
Media Ethics, Technology and Global Change
Author: Annette Danto,Mobina Hashmi,Lonnie Isabel
Pubpsher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Think/Point/Shoot gives students a thorough overview of the role of ethics in modern media creation. Case studies emphasize the critical issues in global media ethics today in all stages of media creation from preproduction research and development, to production and post production. This volume features practicing filmmakers, journalists, and media creators who provide insight into dealing with real-world ethical dilemmas. For this era, digital imagery, sounds, and web communication have opened doors to sharing thoughts and ideas instantaneously to potentially vast audiences. This presents exciting opportunities, but also serious ethical, legal, and social challenges. The cases and exercises found in this book are applicable to the current media field while still remaining grounded in strong ethical theory. Think/Point/Shoot explains the challenge of communicating a story to a worldwide audience while maintaining ethical standards. A companion website provides additional resources for students and instructors: media ethics game chapter summaries and case studies important forms Instructors will also find: classroom exercises PowerPoints video from the "Global Media Ethics" Conference from March 2013
Simplifying the seemingly difficult and expensive art of underwater photography, this accessible investigation outlines the four elements of success: focus, exposure, composition, and subject. Beginning with an overview of necessary diving skills, this survey reviews these four categories in detail, depicting how to obtain superior results even without the latest and greatest equipment. Maintenance and first-aid tactics are presented as well, reducing the chance of disappointing malfunctions during a dive. Also covered is the importance of developing a photography plan beforehand—both for the safety of the divers and the protection of the underwater environment. Concluding with post-shoot techniques for choosing the best frames, cropping photos for printing, and the top methods of presentation, this examination demonstrates how underwater images can be used to share the world of diving while promoting important conservation efforts.
Are you one of the 100 million people in the USA that own either a dog or a cat? If you flip through your digital camera - what do you see pictures of the most? Your kids...and your pets! If you have ever wondered how to take pictures of an all black animal or how to get your pup to sit still during a family holiday picture, this book is for you. With love only a pet owner can have and humor that only animals can bring to us, this author shows how to take pictures that celebrate the furry creatures in our lives. Packed with techniques including lighting and postproduction and even info on getting those pictures up online, you'll be taking pictures of your pets that you'll be proud of.