Santa Barbara, CA—It is essential that every photographer who is serious about their craft have a firm understanding of the properties of light, because light is more than just illumination.
In The Art of Photographic Lighting (Rocky Nook, $44.95 USD) you will learn how light and shadow can be used to compose photographs. Example images and diagrams illustrate lighting concepts and demonstrate how different sources of light affect a subject.
Photographers of all levels are bound to improve their skills and cultivate a new appreciation for light design as they discover how to successfully use a variety of lighting tools.
- Use of light in classic paintings
- Perception and design principles
- Light sources and shadow design
- Directional lighting
- Lighting design principles
- History of photographic lighting design
- Post-exposure techniques
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The Art of Photographic Lighting
Publisher: Rocky Nook
By Eib Eibelshaeuser
Print ISBN: 9781933952758
Print Price: $44.95
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