Shooting in Sh*tty Light The Top Ten Worst Photography Lighting Situations and How to Conquer Them
Edition: 2013 (Revised)
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Description: Sometimes photographers have to shoot in less than ideal lighting situations. Maybe the wedding is mid-day in the middle of a field, or perhaps the event is in a florescent-lit room. These scenarios can be particularly intimidating for beginning photographers who don't know how to handle the many undesirable lighting situations they may encounter. This book will cover the top ten worst lighting situations and provide a variety of solutions for each. Author and professional photographer Lindsay Adler explains which solutions are most practical and why one solution might be preferable over another, examining such problems as extremely low lighting when no flash is allowed, strong backlight, and the light on an overcast day. Unlike other books that focus on natural light or lighting in general, this book addresses a very real need of beginning photographers, answering the question, "What do I do when the lighting is terrible?" Adler uses humor and candor to show how to resolve challenging lighting situations by creating shade, adjusting shutter speed, moving the subject, reenacting a scene, and more.
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List price: $39.99
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Peachpit Press
Publication date: 10/4/2012
Size: 8.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
|Direct Sunlight, No Shade in Sight|
|Mixed Color Temperatures|
|Shooting at Night|
|Extremely Low Light, No Flash Allowed|
|Low Light with Flash|
|Dappled Light, High Contrast|