Published October 2, 2005
by Rotovision .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
This book is a must-buy when it comes to inspiring ideas for still-life photography. The photos within are of exceptional quality and beauty, the techniques used to get the effects are clearly shown in the accompanying diagrams, and most of the set-ups are can be duplicated with minimal equipment for one's own experimentation/5(34). Buy Still Life and Special Effects Photography: A Guide to Professional Lighting Techniques by Roger Hicks, Frances Schultz online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - Price Range: $ - $ Summary: "Studio-based still life photography is amongst the most challenging of subjects for the photographer. It's a genre which demands a high level of compositional skill and a . A book for the one who like to look at things and try to achieve similar effects. Or for the one who sometimes wonders “how could he do that?”. Very interesting and particularly useful for the dedicated studio (still life!) photographer.
“Still Life and Special Effects Photography” by Roger Hicks and Frances Schultz is a wonderful choice for those looking for an entry point into the professional or fun end of this type of photography. Some of the photography is quite dated and old fashioned, but it’s proving a good base in this field. Still Life and Special Effects Photography by the above mentioned authors is a superb choice for those looking for an entry point into the professional or fun end of this type of photography. This is not so much of an in depth step by step guide that teaches you how to shoot Still Life and Special Effects images, but rather it is a primer, explaining in brief tutorial the HOW of individual works of photography/5(20). Still Life and Special Effects Photography - Hicks & Schultz In reply to marcmars • Aug 2, from Rotavision is a great book if you have better understanding of the Photography basics and are looking for studio techniques. Still life is also a great way to show off your skills and artistic flair, making still life shots a great addition to any photographer’s online portfolio. By taking commonplace objects and turning them into interesting works of art, still life photography is the perfect way to .
Then you will have the necessary foundation to learn from some of the other books out there. I have "Still Life and Special Effects Photography" by Hicks & Shultz but it is more of a casebook than a set of lessons. It won't help you much unless you understand the effect created by each light and modifier. Still Life and Special Effects Photography: A Guide to Professional Lighting Techniques, Second Edition Roger Hicks. out of 5 stars Paperback. 26 offers from $ The New Lighting for Product Photography: The Digital Photographer's Step-by Reviews: The first section is dedicated to shooting conventional still-life subjects (such as food, product shots and natural flora), and the second to the more challenging field of special-effect photography (montage, multiexposure, mirrors and props, constructing simple room sets, etc). Still Life and Special Effects Photography by Roger Hicks, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(36).