DescriptionBlack and white photography is a clear reading of reality - it eliminates unnecessary and thickens the message through form, shadows and light.
In the new book of The Secrets of Photography, Richard Ollinius, a longtime contributor to National Geographic, unveils the secrets of his art to teach you how to draw striking black and white portraits and landscapes without the help of colors.
The individual techniques are illustrated with 120 photographs, and the author's advice is supported in the words of other masters of black and white photography. This guide will help you navigate the complex digital maze, but will also make you rethink the capabilities of older mid- to large-format handsets.
Immerse yourself in the game of light shadows, discover the richness of halftones and try to capture the fleeting moment in eternity of black and white!
Author: Richard Ollinius
Weight: 200 grams