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Ksi ka, kt ra w odr nieniu od wielu innych na rynku skupia si bardziej na sprawach emocjonalnych i odbioru, ni na tych technicznych Chod takich kilku te nie zabraknie Dotyka warto ci fotografii jako medium, kt re przekazuje nasze wyobra enie lub uczucia o miejscu kt re fotografowali my DuChemin w a nie tak opisuje Poza og lnym wst pem prezentuje obr bk 20 fotografii, ale skupia si w nich przede wszystkim na opowiedzeniu o procesie wydobywania tre ci fotografii i tego co chcemy ni pr Ksi ka, kt ra w odr nieniu od wielu innych na rynku skupia si bardziej na sprawach emocjonalnych i odbioru, ni na tych technicznych Chod takich kilku te nie zabraknie Dotyka warto ci fotografii jako medium, kt re przekazuje nasze wyobra enie lub uczucia o miejscu kt re fotografowali my DuChemin w a nie tak opisuje Poza og lnym wst pem prezentuje obr bk 20 fotografii, ale skupia si w nich przede wszystkim na opowiedzeniu o procesie wydobywania tre ci fotografii i tego co chcemy ni przedstawi , jak zmieni w asny tor my lowy w tym kierunku Je li kto szuka formu ek, przepis w na konkretne problemy kt re oferuj tutoriale to tu tego nie znajdzie Znajdzie natomiast proces my lenia nad wydobywaniem emocji w fotografii i kierowaniu uwag i okiem ogl daj cego Co na kwestie odczu i emocji te nie ma przepisu, natomiast 20 przyk ad w przybli a nas do sposobu jak si za to zabra i jak w agodny do spos b analizowa fotografi pod tym k tem.Po przeczytaniu 5 przyk ad w, dla do wiadczonych u ytkownik w Lightrooma wydaje si by troch powtarzaniem podobnego schematu Zabrak o mi nieco wi cej z o onych i ambitniejszych przyk ad w, kt re z pewno ci by by wietnymi przypadkami.Istotnym jest r wnie fakt, i autor dzieli si w asnymi RAW ami, aby czytelnik m g sam przeprowadzi obr bk zgodn z w asnym gustem i ewentualnie j por wna Lub po prostu pod a za ustawieniami Davida i poza przyswajaniem suchych fakt w, uczy si tego w asnor cznie.Niestety wersja Polska nie ustrzeg a si b d w w merytorycznych takich jak t umaczenie magenty na karmazyn gdzie jest do du a r nica w proporcjach mieszania niebieskiego z czerwonym Feather Pi rko w kontek cie do ustalenia rozmycia kraw dzi winiety wed ug mnie pi rko nie jest trafnym okre leniem i mo e by mylone po prostu z p dzlem Tint Tinta, okre lenie kt rego zupe nie nie rozumiem, by mo e kto m g by mnie u wiadomi Po drobniejsze jak Czarne zamiast Czernie, gdzie kilkana cie stron dalej ju dobrze i adnie jest t umaczone, ze autor podnosi czernie , dodaje czerni , rozja nia rednie tony Wszystko tak jak omawiaj to fotografowie czy kolory ci A wystarczy oby w razie niejasno ci wej na wikipedi lub zapyta google i pozna r nic pomi dzy magent a karmazynem By mo e i si czepiam, ale w przypadku druku, czy obr bki fotografii ma to du e znaczenie.Ksi ka jest dobra dla ludzi kt rym w og lnie zalewaj cej literaturze techniczno tutorialowej brakuje emocjonalnego podej cia do fotografii, a w tym przypadku jej obr bki Kt re w zasadzie ci ko opisa , bowiem ka dy z nas ma inne gusta czy odczucia co do barw, kszta t w, faktury i innych sk adowych obrazu This is one of the great books on Photography and Lightroom The author makes a fantastic effort to help us understand his vision and voice a classic, I would say.Very few photographers would want to share such a skill and thinking with the readers I am glad that I came across this book Don t forget to download the RAW files and practice as you are reading the book I now have lightroom 4 and it was a bit difficult to follow some of the settings But I had a great time reading and visualizin This is one of the great books on Photography and Lightroom The author makes a fantastic effort to help us understand his vision and voice a classic, I would say.Very few photographers would want to share such a skill and thinking with the readers I am glad that I came across this book Don t forget to download the RAW files and practice as you are reading the book I now have lightroom 4 and it was a bit difficult to follow some of the settings But I had a great time reading and visualizing Most books teach the science craft of post processing, with a little bit of the art that makes each person s style unique This book flips the equation upside down by attempting to focus on the art side of post processing Writing about the less tangible,mysterious and personal aspects of the craft of pushing pixels around in RAW files is a difficult task.The book begins with 90 pages about finding your voice that I didn t connect with, followed by an introduction to most of the adjust Most books teach the science craft of post processing, with a little bit of the art that makes each person s style unique This book flips the equation upside down by attempting to focus on the art side of post processing Writing about the less tangible,mysterious and personal aspects of the craft of pushing pixels around in RAW files is a difficult task.The book begins with 90 pages about finding your voice that I didn t connect with, followed by an introduction to most of the adjustment panels, and then 20 examples of processing RAW files Kudos to the author publisher for providing DNG files for the images for download The best way to learn post processing is hands on.Processing the 20 DNG files in the second half of the book will work pretty well as a Lightroom primer for beginners If you ve already gone beyond the Basic panel in Lightroom and are already using tone curves and local adjustments, there may not be much here for you.As an experienced Lightroom user and instructor, I had two major issues with the techniques presented in this book 1 On multiple image examples the Exposure is pushed beyond clipping and Recovery is used to pull back the blown highlights Setting the white point with Exposure and then using Brightness to control the Lights would yield better highlight protection and image contrast Only use Recovery when necessary.2 Clarity is over used in many cases due to completely glossing over capture sharpening Balancing lower Clarity settings withattention to capture sharpening can give youcontrol and subtlety.I don t want to downplay the importance of experimentation and play that are core to duChemin s thesis these are hugely important ideas that are key to keeping your work creative and fresh However, it s important to note that most beginning and intermediate photographers who want to learn Lightroom would be better off reading Martin Evening s book first to develop strong fundamentals as a springboard to heading off into thesedifficult territories of vision and voice.Everyone reacts differently to teaching styles and methodologies Just because I didn t connect with the author s style doesn t mean you won t love this book I recommend checking out duChemin s blog and affordable Ebooks to see if his way of explaining the art side of post processing is for you This is something of a Lightroom workbook Duchemin begins with an excellent intro to his photographic educational theme Vision Everything he publishes relates to Vision, and it is all helpful This book begins with that summary, and then has an overview of Duchemin s postprocessing process in Adobe Lightroom It s not an exhaustive how to, but a reflection from Duchemin s own style Finally, Duchemin walks us through his postprocessing on 20 of his own images, step by step, and telling us why This is something of a Lightroom workbook Duchemin begins with an excellent intro to his photographic educational theme Vision Everything he publishes relates to Vision, and it is all helpful This book begins with that summary, and then has an overview of Duchemin s postprocessing process in Adobe Lightroom It s not an exhaustive how to, but a reflection from Duchemin s own style Finally, Duchemin walks us through his postprocessing on 20 of his own images, step by step, and telling us why he chose to do what he did all in pursuit of his photographic vision I believe the book gives you access to those raw images so that you can follow along also, but I borrowed mine from the local library so I can t tell you that for sure.All in all, I learned a few new tricks in Lightroom that I can use to craft my own photo vision This is one of the unique books on post processing Rather than a litany of which slider or brush does what, duChemin shows you how to make Lightroom or any post processing tool serve the vision you have for your images This is A short but very deep book It moves beyond the cookbook and into the realm of a tasting Highly recommended. This book isn t so much a technical book on photography as an encouragement to give your photographic creativity a voice In the first part of the book, he writes a about vision driven workflow along with a few key ideas like shooting in RAW and using a histogram, and in the second part of the book, he writes about aligning your captured image with your envisioned image through post processing He provides 20 of his own images which you can download and follow along with the processing describe This book isn t so much a technical book on photography as an encouragement to give your photographic creativity a voice In the first part of the book, he writes a about vision driven workflow along with a few key ideas like shooting in RAW and using a histogram, and in the second part of the book, he writes about aligning your captured image with your envisioned image through post processing He provides 20 of his own images which you can download and follow along with the processing described with a step by step breakdown and explanation of the processing in Lightroom Love the introductory chapters Missed a lot in the middle as I m not a Lightroom user.Update 12 12 I m a Lightroom user now, so I went back and worked my way through each of the exercises I changed from rating from 2 stars to 5 Great at learning how to use Lightroom. *READ KINDLE ⇜ Vision & Voice: Refining Your Vision in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom ☠ What if your image could only communicate one thing one major idea, overarching theme, or driving emotion If you identified this, you d discover your vision for that image the internal, invisible guiding principle that directs both how you capture the image and how you develop it in the digital darkroom Without vision, you likely find yourself flailing both behind the camera and in front of the computer indiscriminately shooting and arbitrarily moving sliders in hopes of stumbling upon something great every once in a while With vision, you bring direction and intention to both the creation and development of all your images Vision Voice Refining Your Vision in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is about identifying your vision and using Lightroom s Develop module to give voice that outward expression to your vision Photographer David duChemin begins with the fundamentals of a vision driven workflow, where he discusses everything from vision and style, to the importance of mood and color, to the crucial role of histograms and of getting the best possible digital negative to work with After demonstrating how the Develop module s tools affect the aesthetics of your image, duChemin then offers a straightforward approach to developing your images in accordance with your own personal vision identify your intention, minimize the distractions, maximize the mood, and draw the viewer s eye all while leaving room for play and serendipity Finally, duChemin applies this approach toof his photographs as he takes you into his own digital darkroom and, beginning with the original RAW file, works step by step through the development of the final image A quick, non technical overview of Lightroom Out of date, since examples are from Lightroom 3, but still relevant to Lightroom 4 The author explains step by step how he goes from his zeroed out RAW images to his final products This would be good for Lightroom beginners. Too many Photoshop or Ligthroom kills photography Excess is a vice, wrote Seneque I found that book too chatty, too verbose I found that book too chatty, too verbose This book is less like a book about photography than about self development.