Focus In Photography: Master the advanced techniques that will change your photography forever

September 26, 2019 - Comment

Focus is an important artistic tool, directing your viewers into and around your image, but a technical challenge too. In this book, the first serious treatent of the topic in the digital age, John Neel shows how a mastery of your lens will greatly enhance the quality and ‘wow’ factor of your photographs. Never losing

Focus is an important artistic tool, directing your viewers into and around your image, but a technical challenge too. In this book, the first serious treatent of the topic in the digital age, John Neel shows how a mastery of your lens will greatly enhance the quality and ‘wow’ factor of your photographs.

Never losing sight of what real-life photographers need to know, Focus in Photography will let you master bokeh and other focus techniques, giving you a complete understanding of optics-and what actually happens to light within the camera in your hand. Richly illustrated with John’s own amazing images, and drawing on his well-known authority in the field, it will be a valuable asset to students of photography, enthusiasts looking to refine their art, product photographers and commercial shooters alike.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Impressive and unique. This is brilliant, original, inspiring. But more important, it’s chockablock loaded with useful, well presented suggestions. Doesn’t get bogged down in explicative text either. Just flows. I write as someone who’s been shooting, processing and post processing film and digital images for many decades. My standards are pretty high. This one is worth every penny and every minute of time. Kudos.

Anonymous says:

Digital Photographers need this book! John Neel’s “FOCUS in Photography” takes one of the basic principles of making good pictures and goes way beyond what you thought you know. This terrific book takes you on a journey into some very technical subjects (don’t be fooled by the simple sounding title), but presents it in a way that anyone looking to make better photographs can understand. As a photographer for more than 40 years, I thought I knew how focus can be used creatively, but “FOCUS in Photography” has opened up new digital…

Anonymous says:

I thought this book was great. It covered some topics I knew I thought this book was great. It covered some topics I knew, but hadn’t really thought about in awhile. Focusing basics, circle of confusion, basic bokeh. And it introduced new topics that got me really excited, like stacking… I have been a bit lazy lately , using auto focus too much , blaming my eyes… But now I am inspired to take more control over my images. I thought it was worth buying a copy for my Niece, she’s just started tinkering with lenses.

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