Existing Light: Techniques for Wedding and Portrait Photographers
Part #: 1858
Learn to modify and supplement existing light to create more natural looking images with Amherst Media Existing Light: Techniques for Wedding and Portrait Photographers.
In recent years, wedding and portrait photography styles have become increasingly natural and relaxed. As a result, the whole world has become a studio—with images being shot everywhere from abandoned buildings, to beaches, to lamp-lit city streets. The varying light in these locations presents great creative opportunities for photographers, but also significant challenges. In this book, you'll learn how to take control of each situation and walk away with great images.
Understanding the nature of light and it's role in portrait photography
Diffusing and redirecting sunlight and window light to create elegantly lit portraits
Adding flash or reflected fill to supplement existing light
Using existing light as fill with flash or studio strobes
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