Photo Op: 52 Weekly Ideas for Creative Image-Making

Photo Op Weekly Ideas for Creative Image Making Photo Op is a photo projects book with a difference Featuring inspirational ideas backed up by jargon free practical guidance it is packed with cliche busting images from some of the best bright

  • Title: Photo Op: 52 Weekly Ideas for Creative Image-Making
  • Author: Kevin Meredith
  • ISBN: 9780240814001
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • Photo Op is a photo projects book with a difference Featuring 52 inspirational ideas, backed up by jargon free practical guidance, it is packed with cliche busting images from some of the best, brightest, hottest photographers working in the Flickr community many of whom already have a cult following This book offers a weekly dose of creative inspiration for photogra Photo Op is a photo projects book with a difference Featuring 52 inspirational ideas, backed up by jargon free practical guidance, it is packed with cliche busting images from some of the best, brightest, hottest photographers working in the Flickr community many of whom already have a cult following This book offers a weekly dose of creative inspiration for photographers and images makers of all levels, and features diverse challenges ranging from quick fire results to immersive techniques Photographers and image makers are always on the lookout for inspiration and guidance, and Photo Op provides both in a fun, accessible format that will kick start creativity, enhance skills, and build confidence behind the lens Each project is explained in detail so photographers with any level of experience can easily complete all 52 ideas Packed with dynamic, quirky imagery this is not a run of the mill photo projects book Contributors include some of the most popular photographers from the Flickr community, covering projects for all types of equipment from the cheapest plastic camera to the spiffiest dslr

    One thought on “Photo Op: 52 Weekly Ideas for Creative Image-Making”

    1. Well, as many of my friends and family would tell you, I am the world's worst photographer! However, with the creative ideas published in this book and the clear, easy-to-follow instructions, there has been a drastic change in my photos. From the first page, I was ready to get out and start snapping pictures! From reading this book, you will be able to easily spot a photo op and be able to look for the things that make up a good photo. From the first page, I was ready to get out and start snappi [...]

    2. A photographic project for every week in the year - 52 Photographic Projects challenges you to try something new, several somethings new with your photography. From the flickr-famous Kevin Meredith (lomokev) and some of his friends.My copy is signed which might prejudice my views :)

    3. This is a great book full of imaginative ideas for shooting photographs. It's stuffed with both color and black and white photos of each of the 52 projects that make up the book. Along with the photographic examples, each project includes a list of what you'll need before tackling the assignment and a paragraph or two with instructions and advice. It's one of those books I'll be flipping through a lot (most especially when I feel in need of creative inspiration.)

    4. Though I've signed up for one and attempted to sign up for another, I haven't actually attended a photography class yet. It will happen one of these days. In the meantime, I'll focus on reading wonderful photography books like the two I've read in the last few weeks. These books are filled with great ideas for great picture taking; I probably could just skip the photography class and try out ideas from these books.

    5. Nicely presented, very well-organised, with short but clear and concise instructions, and many photo examples. Even if you already know many of the techniques listed, this book is still good for refreshing ideas and providing new inspiration from time to time.

    6. Some neat ideas, but there were a lot of techniques for film cameras and some very hard-to-find (or just too expensive) film models. Overall, I was disappointed but will be able to put a handful of ideas to use.

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