Elements of Color Photography.
The Making of Eighty Images


Text by George E. Todd.
Watson-guptill Publications, Lakewood, 2003. 128 pp., 130 color illustrations, 9½x9½".



Publisher's Description
In Elements of Color Photography a veteran photographer distills the knowledge and experience he gained over 30 years as a writer, teacher, and practicing photographer to show readers how he created dozens of dazzling color images from his own portfolio. Ranging from the purely abstract and still life to architecture, landscapes, and people, George Todd’s photographs demonstrate that strongly contrasting forms and shadows need not be confined to classic black-and-white photography. Through clear step-by-step illustrations, Todd shows how color photography can become an effective composition tool, as much of a fine art form as monochrome—and the photos gain an added dimension with the bold and inventive use of color. Plus, this anthology features dazzling, full-color examples of Todd’s photographic techniques in action

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