- A handy guide for the digital railway photographer
- How to make computer adjustments that will improve your images
- Practical and helpful advice on how to improve your camera technique and digital darkroom skills
- How to understand light and get the best quality from your shoot
- Superbly illustrated in full colour with instructive photographs
Digital photography equipment and software now give enthusiasts the ability to create images of exceptional quality. For photographers who want to advance their skills, especially in post-processing techniques, Digital Railway Photography: Creative Techniques & the Digital Darkroom will help to get the best from a digital camera and the images captured to create a collection or portfolio to be proud of. Outstanding results can be obtained without huge investment in equipment – this is a ‘how to’ guide for anyone comfortable with the use of their camera, willing to explore its capabilities and try new techniques.
Using clear examples, you will learn how to get the best image quality from prevailing conditions and maximise the impact and creativity of your images. Once back at home in the ‘digital darkroom’, this beautifully illustrated book offers tips and advice on how to use common imaging software to enhance an image and to bring out the best results in a creative manner without losing the inspiration or atmosphere of the original shot.
Jeremy de Souza has been taking railway photographs for almost forty years, and although too young to have witnessed the end of regular steam in the UK, he has recorded many of the dramatic changes in the British and European rail scene. Although originally a committed film user, he migrated to digital photography in the early 1990s, amassing throughout a fascinating collection of 7,000 railway images. From his Hampshire home, de Souza travels regularly to pursue his hobby, searching for that ever elusive ‘perfect’ railway photo. His first book for Fonthill Media was the acclaimed Digital Railway Photography: A Practical Guide (2015).
248 x 172 mm - paperback - 128 pages - 164 colour photographs