Says Ian Clements
about this book:
Author Bryan Peterson walks through a suprising number of shots and
excercises designed to teach the reader how to see things differently.
Often, new photographers spend an enormous amount of time trying to
decide which lens to use. One of the first excercises has the reader working
with a 28mm lens while standing a fair distance in front of and centering he
subject in the view finder. Subsequent shots are taken about every five
paces or so until the subject fills the frame.
This excercise is designed to demonstrate what the lens is capable of
capturing at various distances.
Learning To See Creatively discusses subjects related to the creative
photographic process. From Expanding Your Vision through the Magic Of
Light, Peterson walks us through the processes that help improve our
If you're disappointed with the perspective of your photographs or would
just like to learn new ways to view your subjects, this book is for you.
You can pick up a copy of this book at Amazon, through this link:
Learning to See Creatively: Design, Color & Composition in Photography (Updated Edition)
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