The Digital Female Nude

The Digital Female Nude

Author: Peter Adams

Publisher: Photographers Inst Press

ISBN: 1861085567

Category: Photography

Page: 175

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The beauty and grace of the female form has captivated artists for centuries. But in the digital age, can photographers still capture the nude body with artful sensitivity? Here, Peter Adams showcases some of his most commanding black and white work - and some colour work too! He gives a rare glimpse behind the scenes of his incredible photo shoots, showing how to use accurate techniques to achieve stunning, organic results. With guidance covering all aspects of nude photography, including approaching and interacting with models, planning locations and exploring photographic styles. Combining photographic examples with creative insights, The Digital Female Nude is at once a coffee-table book and an essential step-by-step guide.
The Digital Female Nude
Language: en
Pages: 175
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Categories: Photography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-01-01 - Publisher: Photographers Inst Press

The beauty and grace of the female form has captivated artists for centuries. But in the digital age, can photographers still capture the nude body with artful sensitivity? Here, Peter Adams showcases some of his most commanding black and white work - and some colour work too! He gives a
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