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Artificial Lighting for Photography demystifies the use of artificial lighting of all types, through detailed diagrams, visual examples, and practical instruction. Written for beginning photographers, the book begins by introducing equipment and hardware, and includes coverage of the latest advances in lighting equipment and digital capture devices. This fundamental knowledge is then used to teach key techniques that will help readers utilize this equipment effectively in their work. And unlike traditional lighting books that focus on strictly studio or strictly on-location settings, this book examines both simultaneously, so that readers gain a deeper understanding of how and why artificial lighting techniques work, in any environment.
Table of Contents
|Equipment, Materials & Multiple Sources|
|Light Measurement & Color Temperature Section II: Lighting Technique: Basic Concepts|
|Shadows, Shading & Multiple Sources|
|Photographers at Work|
|Lighting Grip Handbook Bannister+s Guide|
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