Inbunden bok David & Charles. 2004. 144 sidor.
Nyskick. –– ABSOLUT NYSKICK, oläst! – Se fler bilder! – Format, ca 22x28 cm. –– In this comprehensive work, portraitist and teacher Robin Gillanders looks at all kinds of portraiture in both colour and black and white. He discusses how to set up a shot, how to pose the sitter, composing the photograph, lighting and, ultimately, how to give portraits real meaning. / "Having bought a number of books looking at photographic portraiture, this by far has been the most helpful and inspiring. Robin Gillanders achieves a perfect balance of technical detail - presented briefly, concisely and accurately along with a greater emphasis on why the portrait was made, how it reflects the sitter and his empathy with them and the photographs themselves are wonderful. Given that the book was published in mid 2000's - it focuses on film and doesn't reflect the major strides digital has made in the last decade. However with the current revival of film photography and the availability of cheap pro-quality used medium format film cameras, it hasn't aged at all and is as relevant now as it was when published." / "Contains valuable information about how to make good portraits. He has lots of experience and know-how. The example photos have information attached about the camera, lens and exposure, which is very helpful. It's also not bogged-down with loads of boring text - he has the balance just right and keeps it conversational. Highly recommended." –– GLÖM INTE ATT TITTA PÅ ALLA MINA ANDRA BÖCKER! –– Samma fraktpris oavsett hur många böcker du beställer! (Gäller inom Sverige)