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The Photographers' Institute Press is an exciting new name in photography publishing with books on the full range of photographic interests and two magazines; Black & White Photography and Outdoor Photography. Magazine subscribers receive
free membership of the Photographers’ Institute entitling them to big savings on hundreds of photography books and discounts on leading brands.

Introducing selected titles:

[Untitled]The Digital Female NUDE by Peter Adams published by Photographers’ Institute Press in 2010. Peter Adams born in the UK and in 1966 emigrated to Australia. Today, in digital age, photographers still capture the nude body with artistic sensitivity. In this book, Peter shows how to use accurate techniques to achieve result you are looking for. Fully illustrated with color and black-and-white images, this book is a step-by-step guide to shooting nude female body, starting with planning nd camera and equipment information and ending with printing and promotion tools. Peter is a Double Master and Fellow of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography.

Photoshop Lightroom 2 Made Easy, PIP PressPhotoshop Lightroom 2 Made Easy by Sean McCormack published by PIP in 2009. Lightroom started with the idea of building a new kind of application out of the knowledge Adobe had already amassed around imaging and photography. Lightroom is built from the ground up to be used as a professional photographic workflow application. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 is all-in-one application for photographers, allowing to process and manage digital files and images in practical ways. This book includes the basics of Lightroom, slideshows, web output, file management, advanced development and printing. Sean McCormack is top professional photographer and Lightroom expert, he guides reader through many different features an techniques.

PhotographyUnderstanding Composition: The Complete Photographer’s Guide by Steve Mulligan published by Photographers’ Institute Press in 2008. This fully illustrated with color and black & white photographs book explores the subject of composition with its mystique. Everyone has his/her own visual philosophy and personal views on the world; and this book mission is to help develop your own vision, offers a down-to-earth introduction to the skills you need to produce the fine monochrome print. Steve Mulligan discusses the ideas, techniques, equipment and much more.

Black & White Photography, a Practical GuideBlack & White Photography, a practical guide by Steve Mulligan first published by Photographers’ Institute Press in 2006. This book is an introduction to the skills you need to produce fine monochrome prints. Step-by-step, acclaimed photographer Steve Mulligan explains how achieve the intended result. Information presented in easy to understand language and illustrated with stunning photographs. The detailed case studies shows how the work evolves in the darkroom till the final product ready for art exhibition. This book is the comprehensive guide to the art and the craft of creating photographs

Charlie Waite: In My Mind Eye, PIPCharlie Waite: In My Mind’s Eye: Seeing In Black and White published by Photographers’ Institute Press in 2005. A former actor, Charlie Waite began photographing 25 years ago. His career as an renowned landscape photographer began in 1981. Then, he was commissioned to provide the photographs for the National Trust Book of Long Walks. Published in 2005, In My Mind’s Eye included collection of images of his photographs with their balanced compositions, light and colors. He travels all over the world and has done many workshops through his company Light and Land. Charlie has worked with many bestselling authors, including Adam Nicolson, Jan Morris, A.N. Wilson and others.



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