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Photo Op: 52 Inspirational Projects for the Adventurous Image-maker [Paperback]

Kevin Meredith
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"A treasure trove of ideas to pique your curiosity and put the fun back into your photography.. A terrific tool for getting you up off the couch and back to a time when discovery and play meant as much to you as taking photographs."--The Picture Professional

"Kevin Meredith shares a plethora of photography tips, tricks, and techniques in his latest picture book Photo Op: 52 Inspirational Projects for the Adventurous Image Maker. Drawing from his own experience, as well as 15 fellow photographers, Meredith compiles a how-to book that takes an idea, lists the necessary tools, and explains the process in simple terminology. Each project illustrates the procedure with vivid examples. Several collage pages scattered throughout the book create visual overload, but in a good way."--San Francisco Book Review

About the Author

An accomplished and recognized lomographer, Kevin Meredith was ranked second in the world at the Lomolympics 2000 in Tokyo, and was awarded third place at the Lomographic World Congress in Vienna in 2002. His commissions include photography for Dr. Martens; the Manchester Commonwealth Games; and The National Gallery, Victoria and Albert Museum, and Royal College of Art, all in London. His work has been published in two Lomographic books-Spirit and Don't Think Just Shoot- and he was on the judge's panel for fl ickr.com's The Blink of an Eye photo contest and New York exhibition in 2006. In 2008, Kevin was selected to take part in The Purple Pedals Project, one of just 20 people across the world chosen to road test Yahoo's solar-powered bike equipped with camera.
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