Levey, Irish, and Kazdan combine esthetics, composition, equipment, and a knowledge of color theory in this unique and brilliant book. The believe these aspects to be inseparable and interdependent. Photography: Composition, Color, Display is both practical and esthetic-oriented. You will find suggestions and guidelines on composition, on selection of equipment for creative purposes, on methods to pre-think a picture, and on understanding the psychology and practice of color theory.
Their concepts are well-documented and illustrated with photographs and drawings for practical application. Levey, Irish, and Kazdan stress the function of photography as a means of communication. The authors offer simple and inexpensive techniques to expand your photographic horizons. They suggest interesting projects that can be fun and rewarding. Good photographs should always be displayed, and displayed well. This book treats print mounting, framing, and display in an informative fashion.
Photographers who want to improve and perfect their craft will read this book repeatedly.
Written by Marc Levey; Margaret Irish; Samuel Kazdan. 160 pages long.