Book: Forensic Foraging - Photography to Unlock the Unseen by William C. Crawfordcategories: Book, Throwback Minimalist Photography, Ribald Humor, Serious Funk, Invaluable Shooting Tips, Spectacular Images, Anovel Approach, Unnoticed Photo Topics, Photography
William C. Crawfordabout this book: Former US Army photojournalists collaborate to share a different approach to contemporary digital photography. Crawford and Provencher revive basic shooting techniques made famous by the early pioneers of color shooting. Mundane, everyday subjects are elevated to pleasing eye candy using extreme color saturation, sharp contrast, and creative framing. This volume contains scores of vivid photographs which leap off the page for the reader. The techniques highlighted here are valuable new tools for photographers of all levels, using everything from the latest pro camera to the iPhone.
FORENSIC FORAGING also offers up funky short stories chronicling the authors' travels around America in search of those illusive "money shots". Ribald humor and even serous poetry populate the final section of the book. This volume was a Top Ten Best Seller in both Photography and Photojournalism on Amazon.com
William C. Crawford is a former combat photojournalist based in North Carolina. Has written three books on photography. Jim Provencher is a teacher and poet living in Sydney, Australia.
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