Available Light: Photographic Techniques for Using Existing Light Sources
Part #: 1885
There are huge advantages to shooting with natural or available light: it lets you shoot more spontaneously, it puts your portrait subjects at ease, and it makes it easier to see the relationships between highlights and shadows. Above all, working with natural light will get you to think on your feet and become a better photographer, because every time you shoot you'll be presented with a new lighting situation. This book will help you rise to each occasion and create outstanding images with natural light.
Problem-solving techniques for working with available light
Using subtractive lighting to create direction on overcast days
Finding locations with studio-quality lighting outdoors or in your home
Quick (and cheap!) fixes for working in bright sun
Controlling window light for flawless portrait and still-life lighting effects
Finding incredible lighting in unusual places
Using subject placement to control lighting
Projects and self-assignments for putting each technique to work
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