Setting Up the Shot: Photography Volume 1

Series Photography for Teens By Jason Skog

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Publisher Capstone Imprint Compass Point ISBN


Setting Up the Shot: Photography Volume 1

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This volume teaches readers how to move beyond taking fun snapshots by explaining what it means to “THINK before you CLICK.” The three chapters cover composition, lighting, and types of photography—such as landscape and nature photos, portraits, and action and sports shots. “Do It!” spreads suggest activities that allow budding photographers to test the presented concepts. For instance, an exercise about lighting asks readers to position a lamp in different places and see how it changes “the mood of the shot.” The many photo examples and bright graphic elements make the book visually engaging. Back matter contains a glossary, further reading list, link to additional Web sites, select bibliography, and an index.
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Series Nonfiction: Social Studies 6-8 (Grades 6-8)

Series NonfictionSocial Studies Grades 6-8

Series Nonfiction: Social Studies 6-8 (Grades 6-8)

For Grades 6-8

Children exploring family, community, and global life will appreciate these 12 thoughtful examinations that cover issues from the personal to the international, and are often accompanied by stories of kids just like them.

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