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Description - Group Portrait Photography Handbook 2ed. by Bill Hurter

The ultimate guide to create stunning portraits of couples, families and other groups of any size. Of all the portrait specialities, photographing groups is particularly demanding. How to pose a group? How to keep everyone sharp in focus - let alone create an interesting composition? Bill Hurter, editor of "Rangefinder" magazine, provides a detailed study of what makes group portraiture work. Illustrated with images from over forty top portrait photographers, Hurter teaches readers the techniques they can rely on to yield top-quality results. It includes: techniques for digital and film photographers, posing groups of any size with dramatic results, creating pleasing compositional forms, coordinating apparel for a cohesive group portrait, using levels to pose large groups, optimising lighting, both indoors and out, and controlling depth of field to keep everyone in focus - even in really big groups.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781584281597
ISBN-10: 1584281596
Format: Paperback
(280mm x 215mm x mm)
Pages: 128
Imprint: Amherst Media
Publisher: Amherst Media
Publish Date: 1-Jun-2005
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Bill Hurter

Bill Hurter is the editor of Rangefinder Magazine, a monthly publication for professional photographers. He is the former editor of Petersen's Photographic magazine and a graduate of the Brooks Institute of Photography, from which he holds a BFA in professional photography and an honorary Masters of Science degree. He has been involved in professional photography for more than twenty-five years.