50 Principles of Composition in Photography
A Practical Guide to Seeing Photographically Through the Eyes of A Master PhotographerBook - 2006
These principles of composition have been gained from a lifetime of learning and thousands of dollars spent attending private courses given by the world's top professional photographers including: Joe Zeltzman, Monte Zucker, Donald Jack, Rocky Gunn, Yousuf Karsh, Arnold Newman and many more.
Learn the techniques to distinguish yourself from the photographers who simply take snapshots. Acquire the skills to give form and balance to your photographs by combining the elements harmoniously in order to see a subject in the strongest way. This book is sure to become a valued resource in your personal library, to be consulted and relied upon for many years to come.
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Jack Curtis, author, "Wedding Portraits and Photography World"
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D.H. Moore, author, "The Practice of Modern Photography"
About the Author:
Klaus Bohn is a Professional Photographer with a Masters of Photographic Arts. He has been teaching the art of photography since 1984 to amateurs and professionals alike. Klaus has been commissioned to photograph many notable people over the years, a few of whom include: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, Norman Vincent Peale, Art Linkletter, Anne Murray, Victor Hansen author of the best selling "Chicken Soup for the Soul" books, NHL Hockey All-Star of the Calgary Flames Theoren Fleury and World Class Cyclist Roland Green.