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Lighting

ISBN-10: 0470114339
ISBN-13: 9780470114339
Edition: 2007
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Description: A rigorous practical guide to photographic lighting techniques, complete with hands-on assignments Offering digital photographers a complete course in photographic lighting, this book covers everything from using flash systems and studio lights to  More...

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Book details

List price: $29.99
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/10/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.760

A rigorous practical guide to photographic lighting techniques, complete with hands-on assignments Offering digital photographers a complete course in photographic lighting, this book covers everything from using flash systems and studio lights to working outdoors in bright or low-light conditions. Full-color examples show how the right lighting can enhance color, improve contrast, and open the door to new creative possibilities.

Elements of Light
Understanding the Three Elements of Exposure
Dealing with Color Temperature
Setting White Balance
Using Contrast to Create Mood
Working with the Quality of Light
Understanding Your Equipment's Role in Lighting
Compact Digital Cameras
Digital SLR Cameras
In-Camera Metering
On-Camera Flash
Studio Lighting and Accessories
Working with Outdoor Natural Light
Learning to Use the Meter
Sunrise and Sunset
Making Great Images with Overcast Lighting
Working with Interior Light
Setting Your Exposure Inside
Seeing the Contrast Indoors
Working with Window Light
Incandescent Light
Fluorescent Light
Lighting for Portraits and People
Shooting Great Outdoor Portraits
Finding the Best Light
Creating Better Light
Candids, Kids, and Environmental Photography
Working with Groups
Action, Sorts, Motion, Blur
It is All About the Shutter
Stopping Motion
Slow Down to Show Motion
Long Exposures to Show Motion
Water and Nature
Panning
Using Flash to Capture the Movement
Lighting Scenarios in Landscape Photography
Lighting Terminology
Timing Your Landscape Exposures
Working with Overcast Light
Using Filters to Enhance Your Shot
Shooting Landscapes in Fog
Dealing with Change: Travel and Adventure Photography
Traveling Light: What to Take
Shooting Street Photography
Museums, Churches, and Other Indoor Destination
Considering the Weather Conditions
Preparing for Extremes
Still Life and Macro Lighting
Capturing Great Light in Your Everyday Life
Principles of Design
Lighting for Close-Up and Macro Photography
Taking Product Photos
Mastering Night and Low Light Photography
Your Best Friend, the Tripod
Capturing Skylines
Taking Photos at Dusk
Creating Soft, Moody Light with Low Light
Capturing the Motion of Lights
Long Exposures for Celebrations
Glossary
Index

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