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ISBN:0871921936
Author: Michael F. O'Brien,Norman Sibley
ISBN13: 978-0871921932
Title: The Photographic Eye: Learning to See with a Camera
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Language: English
Category: Photography and Video
Publisher: Davis Publications Inc.,U.S.; 4th Print edition (December 31, 1899)
Pages: 287

The Photographic Eye: Learning to See with a Camera by Michael F. O'Brien,Norman Sibley



Michael E O'Brien & Norman Sibley Davis Publications, In. Worcester, Massachusetts. To the photography students of Seoul American High School, past, present and future. This book is designed to help you do that. It begins with a brief summary of photography's past, present and future, including a discussion of photography careers. This is followed by an introduction to the camera itself. 14 The Photographic Eye. textile mills and other industries. His work helped to bring about new laws to protect children's rights.

THE PHOTOGRAPHIC EYE Learning to See with a Camera. Michael E O'Brien & Norman Sibley. Davis Publications, In. Design: Greta D. Sibley Printed in the United States of America Library of Congress Catalog Card Student photograph by Gregory Conrad. Number: 93-74644 ISBN: 0-87192-283-5 1098 7 6 5. Cover: Student photograph by Leah.

Michael E O'Brien & Norman Sibley. Student photograph by Gregory Conrad. Davis Publications, Inc. While in Berlin studying for this purpose, he happened to see a camera in a store window. He bought it and soon decided it was more interesting than engineering. 18 The Photographic Eye.

Okay very basic book on photographic principles. Dated, but concepts are still relevant. Having said that I would spend my money on more current materials that will give you more ideas and info for the buck. At this time you could probably also find a lot more than what's this book for free on the Internet. This book takes you on a step-by-step journey with detailed instructions and photographic assignments. It has explanations of the tools as well as many aspects of composition. The chapters are well organized with many examples of photos to guide you in understanding each concept.

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Learn how to take apart each element of a successful photograph, analyze it, master it, and then put it all back together. 228 pages (8 in color), 240 b/w illus., 8 1/2 x 10 1/4.
Reviews: 7
LeXXXuS
This is an excellent book for a beginner--which I am. It is a school textbook still in use today. While written for film cameras the book is still useful because it is not a how to use your camera
book, but is geared to the artistic side of photography. I found the insights useful and it helped me 'see' through the lens in ways I had not sone before reading the book. A very useful tool.
Jorius
Very informative book.
Cointrius
This book uses ordinary subjects (stairwells, regular folks, local buildings) to illustrate how to make great pictures...instead of relying on exciting subject matter.

Following this book's advice got me into two photo shows.

I have bought three copies for other friends. Buy it. You WON'T be disappointed.

Sections on architecture, portraits, snapshots...so much. I love it.
fabscf
This book is a bit old, but still relevant to the art of photography. I will be using it as part of a school photo library.
Anaginn
Okay very basic book on photographic principles. Dated, but concepts are still relevant. Having said that I would spend my money on more current materials that will give you more ideas and info for the buck. At this time you could probably also find a lot more than what's this book for free on the Internet.
HeonIc
I have been interested in photography for quite a while. I've taken many photos, but have never found the elements that i need to understand to compose good images. This book takes you from a know-nothing beginning, through Lines, Shapes, Negative/Positive Space, the grid, etc. It lays an excellent groundwork with lots of examples to get you started with the right way of taking pictures. The assigments are a good way to put the knowledge learned in the book to practical use. No expensive cameras needed, even a cheap 35mm SLR you can find at a thrift store (i found mine with 2 lenses for 19.99) is perfect for this book.
Swordsong
As an experienced amateur photographer with 30 years experience, I've found all photographers seem to get caught up in the technology of new digital cameras and lose all perspective on the fundamentals. This book, though a bit dated regarding technology, is an excellent reference and should be required reading when one ventures into the world of photographic art.

This book takes you on a step-by-step journey with detailed instructions and photographic assignments. It has explanations of the tools as well as many aspects of composition. The chapters are well organized with many examples of photos to guide you in understanding each concept.

I highly recommend this book. Search out used book stores if you can't find a copy online. It is well worth the effort.
Just what I was looking for. Came in good condition and in fair amount of time. Might be older version but content can still be applied to classes today.