The appeal of the book is found in its clear, concise and informative layout, which makes even the most complex of practices seem simple. It takes the reader along at their own pace, demystifying every aspect of working with colour along the way. The book explores how cameras record colour, light and colour temperature, as well as how to capture colour accurately in different climatic and lighting conditions.
More complex practices explained include colour channels and colour systems, correcting colour casts and anomalies and creating specialist images, such as monochromatic and duotone. The wealth of information in the book and the easy-to-use layout make it the definitive guide to working with colour.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Ano da edição||2009|