The author's design career began in 1985 at the Musee dOrsay when he designed the poster for the Museums first exhibition, Chicago, Birth of a Metropolis. This book surveys and explores the entirety of his graphic design process and philosophy.
Features an array of projects that may astound any fan of paper art. This title arranges them by category so it's easy to find just what you're looking for, from the most traditional folds to funky new designs. It includes over 125 projects - from animals to cars, dinosaurs to Elvis.
This is a practical guide to green woodwork and the coppice crafts, giving information on the tools and techniques for making traditional items, with emphasis on the conservation of the native woodland.
Black and white photography can deliver images with levels of beauty and impact that are sometimes lost or diluted by the presence of colour. This practical book is written for readers with a passion for monochrome photography, who wish to use digital photography to match and exceed the level of control and finish that was possible with film.
This revised edition of Bryan Peterson's popular book demystifies the complex concepts of exposure in photography, allowing readers to capture the images they want. 'Understanding Exposure' shows how to get sharpness and contrast in images, how to freeze action and how to take the best meter readings, while also exploring filters, flash and light.
This guide to on- and off-camera flash picks up where Peterson's "Understanding Exposure" leaves off, helping free photographers from the limitations of auto to get the images they want when natural light isn't enough.