Photographers are visual people. They communicate in pictures. So, what better way to explore and explain the creative tools and techniques of photography – and the science behind them – than through info-graphics? Photo-Graphics: Exposure looks behind the lens at the science of light, colour and lenses, and then applies this to the practical matters of such essentials as shutter speed, aperture, ISO, depth of field, metering, movement, histograms, exposure adjustment, and dynamic range. The book visualises the way in which light interacts with the camera, and illustrates how and why understanding this process is fundamental to achieving more creative and consistently exceptional photography.
All the relevant information is presented in instantly engaging info-graphics that inform, illuminate, intrigue and entertain: creating a unique guide to photographic technique that can be studied from start to finish or kept in the camera bag as a dip-in refresher course that’s as exciting to the photographer’s eye as it is essential to the photographer’s craft.