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Understanding Exposure, 3rd Edition de [Peterson, Bryan]
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With more than 350,000 copies sold, Understanding Exposure has demystified the complex concepts of exposure for countless photographers. Now updated with current technologies, more than one hundred new images, and an all-new chapter, this new edition will inspire you more than ever to free yourself from “auto” and create the pictures you truly want.

In his trademark easy-to-understand style, author Bryan Peterson explains the relationship between aperture and shutter speed, including how to achieve successful exposures in seemingly difficult situations. You’ll learn:

• Which aperture gives you the greatest contrast and sharpness, and when to use it 
• Which apertures guarantee the background remains an out-of-focus tone 
• Which one aperture—when combined with the right lens—creates an area of sharpness from three feet to infinity 
• How to creatively use shutter speed to either freeze an action or imply motion 
• Where to take a meter reading when shooting a sunset, snow, or a city at dusk

 

With new information on white balance, flash, HDR, and more, this updated classic will inspire you to stop guessing and take control of your settings for better photos anytime, anywhere, and with any camera.




From the Trade Paperback edition.

Biografía del autor

Bryan Peterson is a phenomenon in how-to photography and has sold more than half a million books. A professional photographer and internationally known instructor, he is the author of Learning to See Creatively (9780817441814), Understanding Digital Photography (9780817437961) and Beyond Portraiture (9780817453916), among others. He is also the founder of the online photography school The Perfect Picture School of Photography (www.ppsop.com).

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  • Longitud de impresión: 178
  • Números de página - ISBN de origen: 0817439390
  • Editor: Amphoto Books; Edición: 3rd (21 de diciembre de 2010)
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  • Idioma: Inglés
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Es uno de mis libros de referencia en fotografía. De una manera clara, sencilla y gráfica el autor explica en qué consiste la exposición en fotografía los elementos que la controlan y cómo influye cada uno de ellos en el resultado final, de tal manera que el lector puede prever el resultado de sus fotografías antes de realizarlas. Por otro lado, el autor explica sus truquillos para hacer fotografías en determinadas situaciones especiales o en las que se busca un determinado tipo de resultado final. Y todo apoyado con ejemplos fáciles de ver y de interpretar.
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Es fantástico, te explica desde cero la exposición de la fotografía y todo lo que ello conlleva. Es perfecto para quienes no saben nada o muy poco. Visualmente también es muy bonito (hay muchas fotos del autor con pies de foto explicativas). Así que, en definitiva, la lectura ha sido muy enriquecedora.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas An attractive, literate, accessible book that changed my photography 2 de octubre de 2015
Por William F. Coley - Publicado en Amazon.com
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First, my skill level: I am a photography enthusiast who has a fairly good grasp of photographic theory and methods, who has an eye for image composition, and who uses a DSLR to produce quality images, for someone of my experience. NOT a professional. NOT an expert. But passionate and always learning.

Now, my review:

I celebrate this book's powerful impact on my photography, an impact that occurred because I read the book as a 176 page persuasive argument in favor of manual exposure.

On colorful, glossy, and attractively arrayed pages, Peterson argues for a distinction between an image's "correct exposure" and its "creatively correct exposure." The former, your camera's light meter will reliably report; the latter, you must derive based on the scene and your intentions for it. Camera light meters don't care about which items photographers want in focus or left intentionally over- or underexposed; they care only about the degree to which the areas of frames assigned to their attention meet the accepted standard 18% grey specification. When that standard produces an image to your liking, great! But many times, your intended image is not possible if the meter's guidance is accepted. Hence, the need for manual exposure.

This book is a concise, yet thorough and eminently readable discussion of factors that affect an image's exposure: aperture (how wide open is the hole that lets light in through the lens to reach the camera's sensor), shutter speed (how long is that hole open), and light (that which allows the camera and its photographer to "see" anything). Interestingly, Peterson does not spend nearly as much time on ISO (the sensitivity of the camera's sensor to light) as he does on aperture and shutter speed, but his choice does not damage the book's final excellence.

Appearing, on average, about once per page are wonderful images from his professional work that showcase whatever subject matter is currently under review. More importantly, each of those images is accompanied by a marvelously detailed report as to the reason for his presence at the scene reflected, as well as his thought process that yielded the settings and methods choices he made before pushing the shutter button. I am a big fan of such process captions, and Peterson writes them VERY well.

Earlier I said this book functioned for me as a persuasive argument for shooting in manual exposure. Because of this book, I made the choice to shoot manual from now on, except when conditions require aperture- or shutter priority. Before reading "Understanding Exposure," I would have snickered at the suggestion that I would shoot in manual. But Peterson's work convinced me that if you understand the interplay of aperture, shutter, ISO, and light well enough - and I think I do - then manual mode is the mode that offers the best chance of producing the image of your vision. As important, the book convinced me that manual mode is not nearly as challenging or cumbersome to employ as I once thought it was. Now that I have been shooting in manual for a couple of weeks, I tell you the book is right.

I heartily, unconditionally recommend "Understanding Exposure, 3rd Edition."
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great information, could use a one-stop summary page 6 de junio de 2014
Por Mark Johnston - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This book is full of great information about the basics of photography. I've been around (mostly point-and-shoot) cameras for many years, but I finally feel like I understand the theory behind exposure.

Mr. Peterson shares from his vast experience, including some amazing pictures. I especially appreciated his frequent use of two side-by-side pictures, one showing what NOT to do and the second showing the right thing to do.

Although the author appears to favor Nikon cameras, he writes in a very generic way that applies to all camera brands.

My only complaint about this book is that there is not a one-stop summary page. All of the pointers that indicate the type of settings to use for certain situations are simply included in prose format throughout the book. This will make it difficult to use as a reference without a lot of sticky notes or folding of page corners down. I would have appreciated a simple table presenting the scenario (i.e. shooting with backlight) and the recommended approach (i.e. Aperture Priority, f/11, ISO 400, shutter 1/250).

Still a great read for anyone who is new to photography or would like to benefit from Mr. Peterson's expertise.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas BEST photography book I've EVER read!!! 14 de octubre de 2010
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This third edition of "Understanding Exposure" by Bryan Peterson is brilliant! In the first 30 pages, I've gotten more information on how to use my camera settings to take creative photographs than the dozens of books I've read, or all the courses and seminars I've taken. And all for less than $20!

Some reviews have suggested that this book is only for the very basic beginner. I beg to differ. I have been counseled by and shadowed many professionals who've been in the industry a number of years, (never mind all the money spent on books, videos, seminars, clinics and courses). After spending any time with the pros, I was always certain that the only way to get the best photos was to get a bigger bank account to be able to purchase the best, most up-to-date gadgets, special lights, expensive strobes (in multiples), and super expensive/fancy lenses. Oh... let's not forget the assistants that you'll also have to hire to hold some of the gadgets. And yet, most of their photos looked so homogenized and truly a product of all the photographic "stuff" rather than the camera. I kept thinking that maybe I was just not getting it. I was almost convinced that obviously, all the creative photos are just good quality, basic photos which have been processed, and re-processed in one or more editing software programs such as Photoshop (another one of the "must have" gadgets). NO!! Bryan Peterson explains how to really use the camera to get that creative shot. After all, capturing a photo, is really nothing more than capturing and manipulating light. He makes it simple enough for the beginner to understand, and yet, without being condescending, can teach (or remind) the pros of the all-too-frequently overlooked simplicity of how to use only the camera, considering ISO, aperture and shutter speed to work in harmony to get a 'one of a kind' photo.

One of the statements I have heard all too often from professional photographers is that the on-camera flash is useless. Interestingly, I have found it to be a godsend in many photographic situations, and then get accalades from the same professionals about the quality of the lighting. Hmmm... Anyway, Bryan Peterson shares information on what I've already discovered; the on-camera flash is another great tool that already comes with your camera.

I will, in all fairness, confess that I have a DSLR, so I can't deny or confirm the book's subtitle of "how to shoot great photographs with any camera" and how it relates to the 'point and shoot' cameras.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good to remind yourself of the "basics" 22 de febrero de 2016
Por Ian R. Bruce - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Good to remind yourself of the 'basics' of photography, and this book does a fine job.

One reservation - Peterson avoids explaining how a camera works (for example, what an aperture really is, or depth of field works). This makes some of the book feel convoluted, but this is a small thing.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A MUST for all new photographers !!! 23 de mayo de 2015
Por gbd-luv2cook - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I LOVE this book!! I am a relatively new student (18 months) to the world of digital photography . I am constantly refering to this book. It is written in such a way that it is easy for even the newest photography student to understand. What I really appreciate is that EVERY photo in the book is annotated how it was taken..aperture, shutter speed and film speed, etc..is always explained. For a new photographer this information proves invaluable When I come across a section that is confusing to me I bring the book to my photography teacher and with his help I fully understand what is written . I carry this book in my camera backpack as a constant reference guide. Hoping that a newer version is in the works!!! Highly recommend !
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