52 Assignments: Photographic Exposure (Hardcover)
• A year’s worth of weekly assignments to kick-start your creativity
• Innovative briefs to feed your curiosity about one of photography’s most fundamental skills
• Exposure-based photo challenges in a format that fits in your camera bag
52 Assignments: Photographic Exposure is a mission brief, a portfolio of photographic workshops, a personalized journal and an inspirational guide to putting the creativity back into your craft. It is filled with a year’s worth of weekly commissions and concepts for conceiving and composing powerful images. From capturing sunsets and creating dramatic silhouettes to freezing fast-moving action scenes, all the assignments in this book have been written to inspire you to play with light, both natural and artificial, to convey mood, evoke emotion and tell a story. If you feel as though you're in the dark about photographic exposure, this book will throw new light on your photography, regardless of your chosen subject.
About the Author
Antony Zacharias is an award-winning photographer who is particularly known for his vivid architectural images and his unique perspectives on cities ranging from New York to London. His work has been commissioned by Toyota US and Sky Atlantic, and published by the BBC, Guardian, Times, and Ecologist. His previous titles include Mastering Long Exposure and Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Taking Better Photos (both Ammonite Press).
“Author and award-winning photographer Antony Zacharias is your expert guide through a series of assignments, designed to fine tune your skills and enhance your understanding of photographic light. The book is small enough to fit in your camera bag as a handy reference and inspiration point.” —Photography News
"Author and award-winning photographer Antony Zacharias is your expert guide through a series of assignments, designed to fine tune your skills and enhance your understanding of photographic light. The book is small enough to fit in your camera bag as a handy reference and inspiration point.” - Photography News