Csapatomnak, ennek a NON-PROFIT szervezodesnek KIEMELT celja, hogy mindenki hozzajuthasson ehhez a filmhez barmifele anyagi ellenszolgaltatas nelkul.
A logikai szintek problemas helyzetek megoldasara valo alkalmazasa a neves biologus es antropologus Gregory Bateson nevehez fuzodik. Amikor eszreveszzuk, hogy nehez helyzetekbe kerultunk, ismetlodo gondjaink vannak, jo melyre ragtuk mar magunkat ahonnan ugy erezzuk, nincs kiut,  akkor erdemes logikai szintet valtani. Az integral pszichologia egy szintetizalo szakmai iranyzat, amelyet Ken Wilber alkotott meg es mara tobb millio kepviseloje van szerte a vilagon.
A Mindfullness Meditacios Technika traumak es sulyos rekurrens depresszios allapotok kezelesenek jelenleg legigeretesebb formaja, amelyet vilagszerte szamos kutatas tamaszt ala. Az NLP workshop gyakorlatain keresztul megtanulja felismerni es alkalmazni az Onnel kapcsolatban allo szemely, kliens vagy diak reprezentacios rendszeret. A Jean-Dominique Bauby, az Elle magazin foszerkesztojenek memoarjain alapulo film a szerzo eletet meseli el. A Pszichodiak Alapitvany masodik alkalommal rendezi meg palyaszocializacios eloadassorozatat. I think of this book as the go-to source for information about the psychological aspects of perception and imaging. Besides it's comprehesive coverage of material, it contains excellent photos and illustrations of many different types, informative exercises (which were removed from this newest edition of the book and placed online), and fascinating quotes from famous people from all sorts of disciplines. Honestly, if there was one and only one book I could recommend to all photographers who want to understand how we create and perceive images, this is it!
As Freeman's sequel to The Photographer's Eye, no doubt published and subtitled to specifically catch the eye of digital photographers, this book does overlap some with its predecessor in that much of it is devoted to the design of photographs. What we see in this book are 24 excellent essays about the different visual and conceptual ideas behind the making of photos. Most photographers know a great deal about the technical aspects of how to design images, but not nearly enough about the personal psychological and emotional reactions people have to them. Here's where Weiser's book offers a powerful supplement to the conventional education of photographers. By exploring your self-portraits, photos of you taken by other people, any photos you take or collect, and the various kinds of albums you create, you can better understand yourself, your relationships, and your life, including photography's role in it. You could spend the rest of your life looking at the billions (literally) of images in cyberspace, discovering some truly excellent ones along the way. If you're hoping that someone could do some vetting for you, both in narrowing down the range of images to view while also giving you the best of shots, get this book.
Given how much photography has exploded since 1997, when the book was first published, it probably needs updating.
Similar to its photography counterpart, The Art Book offers an A to Z guide about artists from medieval times to the present day, including paintings, photographs, sculptures, video, installations and performance art. Keep The Art Book and The Photo Book on your desk or night table, browse through them on a regular basis, and you'll never run out of motivation or ideas for your photography. The Tao of Photography explores this territory with beautful black-and-white photos (including ones from Henri Cartier-Bresson, Alfred Stieglitz, and Dorothea Lange), along with words of wisdom from eastern philosophy and western mystical thinkers. You could go on and on forever browsing books, web pages, and videos about how to use Photoshop, and continue to learn more.
Of all the material I've looked over, I'd recommend this book as an excellent place to learn the fundamentals, while also discovering some very do-able techniques that will give you interesting effects for your photos. This book is mostly written about body language in the worlds of business and politics, including such things as how liars gesture, what leg positions reveal, smiling, and interpersonal attraction as reveal through body language. Unlike other books about body language, this one really is based on rather extensive psychological research. Written by a former FBI counterintelligence officer and an expert on nonverbal behavior, this book attempts to educate the reader on how to quickly assess other people's honest and deceptive emotions as expressed through body language. Although intended for cinematographers, three of those Five C's proposed by Mascelli in his class book about film-making include camera angles, close-ups, and composition - all of which play a critical role in photography, especially if you're going for the elegant look of traditional Hollywood movies.
Based on the classic 1937 Phaidon volume published in 1937 with the same title, this book presents 500 self-portraits in chronological order from ancient Egypt to the late twentieth century. Featuring artwork from a wide range of styles - including collage, drawing, photography, fiber arts, and mixed media - this book examines creative self-portraits through essays as well as a variety of exercises that instruct and inspire all types of artists, including photographers. Being a fully trained Zen Buddhist Roshi who also established himself as an accomplished photographer, John Daido Loori demonstrates masterful insight into artistic creativity in general and photography in particular. This book is considered a classic philosophical and psychological exploration into photography. A rendkivul izgalmas elmelet- es gyakorlatrendszer szakertoi modon szintetizalja a nyugati pszichoterapias, pszichologiai ismereteket, valamint a spiritualis bolcseleti hagyomanyok tudatrol szolo tanitasait. Ebben a felevben az emberi valsaghelyzetekrol es az azokbol kivezeto utakrol beszelgetunk vendegeinkkel es az erdeklodokkel. Jean-Do 43 eves koraban agyverzest kapott es komaba esett, s mire abbol magahoz tert, testenek szinte egyetlen porcikajat sem tudta mozditani, egyedul bal szeme mozgott. The following ten are the ones I would recommend for a solid and well-rounded education in photographic psychology. And I'm not just saying that just because I was asked to edit the book when Dick passed away before the release of the new edition. It's in the subsections within chapters where he hits the mark in outlining distinct aspects of composition and design. Most of it is old school in that you won't see very unusual shooting and post-processing techniques.
Some of the more unique ones include such intriguing titles as Different Beauty (what exactly is a beautiful photo?), Dead Monsters (overwhelming photos), Cliche and Irony, Lifting the Mundane,The Reveal, Rich, Drained, and Luminous.
Many people, including photographers, simply don't know how to talk about the meanings, memories, thoughts, and feelings they perceive in photos, including their own.

Her work is intended for psychotherapists who want to understand how creating and viewing images can be used for personal insight and growth - but this is information that any photographer needs to know, including both the professional wedding photographer who wants to offer shots that strike an emotional chord with the couple, as well as the fine art photographer who pursues images as a form of self-expression. Understanding the conscious and unconscious reactions you have to images will make you a better photographer.
Going in alphabetical order of the names of renown photographers, Jeffrey provides one shot by each person, with a total of 500 images in 500 pages. Nevertheless, for a swift, exciting ride through the vast world of photography, this is the book to get. Similar to The Photo Book, it teaches us about the wonderfully diverse world of visual styles, subjects, and artistic intentions.
Each page is devoted to one definitive work from each artist, with accompanying explanations and information. That doesn't necessarily mean they rely on some transcendental being or force when taking photos.
In his earlier book Photoanalysis and in this more recent sequel, Photolanguage, Akeret applies his techniques to the interpretation of photos of both everyday people and famous figures over the past century, including Adolf Hitler, William F. To be honest, I wonder how much of his interpretations of what he sees in photographs are based more on a kind of post-hoc Monday Night Quarterbacking as opposed to a truly objective analysis of the subjects. As with the Pease book, it offers lots of fascinating information that photographers will find very useful, although it should be taken with a grain of salt. I not only found Mascelli's explantion of camera angles and close-ups better than what I read in most photography books, I also enjoyed learning about the other two C's - continuity and cutting. Known best for her self-portrait photography, she joins forces in this book with fellow self-portrait superstars to showcase the many possibilities of their art form.
Although this book is not specifically about photography, it clearly demonstrates how artists of all types have been fascinated, and challenged, by creating images of themselves.
Prato discusses not just the techniques one might use, but also how the artwork becomes an expression of one's personality and life.
HIs own photography perfectly illustrates the exquisite simplicity of what we might otherwise consider banal. Inspired by Minor White, he identifies specific elements that fuel creativity, including the still point, spontaneity, simplicity, a sense of mystery, the transcendence of paradox, and nonjudgmental feedback from others.
Audio-Vizualis cegem igaz, hogy kulfoldon, Spanyolorszagban mukodik, de miutan Magyarorszagon fuggetlen kozszolgalati media szinte mar nem is letezik, ezert ugy dontottunk, hogy az interneten keresztul probaljuk meg az emberekhez eljuttatni az altalunk gondolatebresztonek tartott filmeket.
Az igy kapott teljes spektrumu emberkepet tanulod meg alkalmazni a sajat eletedben, emberi segitokent, a szakmadban es egyeb teruleteken. Some of his other books contain technical information about exposure and light dynamics that I found somewhat interesting, but it didn't change my photography much. He covers a wide range of material, including the usual topics, such as different types of lines, color, the Gestalt principles, shapes, movement, perspective, and rhythm. The colors and compositions are nevertheless beautiful, and they illustrate his points perfectly. Unlike the prior book, Freeman does address some of the more intriguing psychological and cultural aspects of good photography. Adding these topics that he didn't cover in his prior book, Freeman demonstrates his versatile insights into the many artistic facets of photography. Read and study both of them, in addition to Zakia's book, and you will have covered most of the territory you need to really understand the design and compositional elements of images. Weiser's book can give you those insights about yourself and your work, as well as the questions you need to ask when discussing photos with people. Koenig focuses on color for artists and designers, but don't let that stop you from getting this book. In both scenarios, and especially the latter, your understanding the dynamics and interactions of color will determine the effectiveness of the final image.
You also might accidentally navigate into online deadends where you're seeing only certain types of photos, without realizing how many other types are out there. Ever since photography was invented, many artists and photographers have inspired each other. Like The Photo Book, it is a widely acclaimed encyclopedic vehicle for exploring different periods, schools, visions, and techniques in the world of art. Instead, true to eastern philosophies like Taoism and Zen, it means learning how to see things for what they truly are, rather than what you expect them to be. If you really want to develop mindfulness to an extent where it can truly change your photography, you'll need to go elsewhere, beyond photography books. Unfortunately, it's a steep learning curve from understanding the basics to mastering sophisticated image-editing effects. Eismann and Duggan begin the book by discussing the nuts and bolts of setting up Photoshop on your computer, as well as how to manage and organize your images with Bridge, which is the program that accompanies Photoshop.
If you have perfect lighting during a shoot and use all the right camera settings, you'll get a beautiful shot, assuming your composition and subject matter is also good. Nevertheless, I highly recommend this book for anyone who enjoys understanding the nuances of personality styles as conveyed in photos. They also describe the ways in which people might try to hide this emotions in their face, as well as exercises for understanding your own facial expressions and those of other people.
Those topics helped me understand the unique aspects of photography as compared to its film-making cousin in which the pictures are in motion. They pose in costume, in the nude, while performing stunts, against unusual backgrounds, and in almost any manner one could imagine. The works include those by many of the world's greatest painters and sculptors, including Durer, Rembrandt, Picasso and Andy Warhol. What I find wonderful about them is how he gives us a subtle, but profound feeling for his love of colors, shapes, and textures.

If you're interested in the spiritual dimensions of photography as seen through the eyes of Zen, this is the book to get. Besides understanding the technical aspects of their trade, and the artistic skills in designing composition, photographers would do well to have some knowledge about the social and philosophical aspects of their work. Although Zakia focuses on photography, the book discusses images in a wide variety of contexts, including art, science, and design in general. It contains a wealth of information that is very useful to photographers, ranging from a clearly written summary of the physics and perception of color, through the complexities of color systems and physical versus computer generated color, and onward into the realms of designing with different colors, color schemes and interactions, expressive color, and color in art. The larger version offers bigger and therefore more immersive photos, while the smaller version comes in handy when you're on the move, like on vacations or riding the bus.
And let's not forget that in this digital age of ours, the incredible versatility in shooting and especially post-processing images makes photography more and more like painting. It means recognizing the intrinsic beauty of the visual world rather than trying to manufacture a shot that looks good.
That's why I include herre the classic, widely acclaimed book Wherever You Go There You Are, by the eminent Jon Kabat-Zinn. In subsequent chapters they move onto basic techniques for toning, contrast, dodging, burning, exposure control, and color correction. A lot of the time, however, the light is not that great or your camera settings were not perfect.
Nevertheless, this book will give you lots to think about when taking and looking at photos of people. This is an excellent book for learning how to identify the obvious and sublte emotions expressed in portraits. From a scientific point of view, we must question whether the body language of people in the world of crime, politics, and business accurately reflects the body language in other social situaitons. Those topics also helped me see the relevance of continuity and cutting in creating sequences of images in photography, as in slide shows or image streams in online photo-sharing communities. For anyone who wants to explore the many varieties of self-portrait experiences and where a dedicated journey into this photography subculture might lead you, this is the book to get.
Each image is both a work of art as well as a study in the psychology of self-perception and self-expression that all self-portrait photographers will find inspiring in their own work. Through various exercises and assignments, he attempts to help photographers develop the ability to see tones, color, shapes, and textures without worrying about the meaning or value of the shot. His photographs, which often lean into the realm of the abstract, strike me as a joyous celebration of the visual beauty in the world that our intutiive awareness can show us, if we just get out of the way and let it. Teasdale, prefazione di Fabio Giommi, Bollati-Boringhieri, con 2 CD audio allegati, 37 euro).
The illustrations include informative diagrams, paintings from the world of art, and, occasionally, photographs.
It's about appreciating the very wide range of styles, subjects, and inspirations throughout the history of photography. In the last chapters, they delve into more creative techniques for working with color, texture, image blending, and edge effects. Here's where Photoshop can turn that average image into something quite good, and maybe even spectacular. Based on a careful analysis of subtle body language, dress, and context, his conclusions about the unconscious emotions and motivations of the subjects is nothing short of mind-boggling. The information might also come in very handy when coaching subjects to express emotions when taking photos of them. I think we learn a lot about our skills as photographers when we compare our craft to kin disciplines in the arts. So maybe you just want to fidget a little or shift posture, you know, and just do it this way or that way.
If you want to understand where your work fits into this history, or to be motivated to explore other ways of doing photography, spend a few minutes each day browsing through this book.
In addition, digital photography, which offers so many tools like Photoshop, gives you more opportunities to express your vision.
This is the book to read if you want to understand the similarities and differences between photography and cinematography.
You can just sense it in how he talks about his work and in the exquisite photos he shows us. Questo nuovo modello terapeutico e stato messo a punto allo scopo di alleviare la sofferenza umana, e specialmente la sofferenza emozionale di chi vive la depressione. Tuttavia le implicazioni di questo lavoro vanno oltre la depressione e forniscono aperture teoriche e cliniche potenzialmente utilizzabili per un’ampia serie di disturbi affittivi. So rather than holding the discomfort in awareness because why should we privilege comfort. But when you start to watch the mind youll notice that its got a lot of agendas on the greed spectrum.I mean its and greed is not quite the same as ambition. Then theres this other thing that youll also notice which is youre sitting there and the opposite will come up. And thats collectively referred to as aversion or dislike or hatred, you know, when its really strong and directed often at other people or whatever. The more youre sucked into greed the more egotistically you become, the more its all about me, the more youre willing to lose your own ethical foundation to get a particular result only to find that even that result is not really satisfying so youre on to the next result.
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