Examines a much-overlooked subject in photography: the middle key. As Phillips shows, the fact that many photographers ignore middle key as a way of constructing their images results in portraits that look cluttered or visually confusing. By approaching these images with the concept of middle key in mind, it becomes much easier for the photographer to avoid common errors and produce images with greater impact.
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(278mm x 215mm x 10mm)
Publisher: Amherst Media
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Author Biography - Norman Phillips
Norman Phillips is the founder of The Norman Phillips of London Photography Studio. A contributor to several magazines and newsletters, including "Rangefinder "and "Professional Image Maker," he is the creator of instructional photography DVDs and the author of "Lighting Techniques for High Key Portrait Photography," "Lighting Techniques for Low Key Portrait Photography," and "Professional Posing Techniques for Wedding and Portrait Photographers."""He lives in Highland Park, Illinois.