Aspiring photographers will realize, as most experienced photographers have realized, that photography is an art.
The very foundation of this art is light. Light decides to a large extent whether the intended message of a picture will be communicated well or not. Improper lighting can definitely dull, hamper, or stifle what the average person would perceive as a good picture. Part of a photographers skill set definitely should include a knowledge of lighting arrangements and lighting adjustments.
Learning about lighting angles, lighting styles, and how lighting can affect the “mood” of any picture should be a part of any photographer’s repertoire. Because indoor pictures are largely dependent upon artificial light, learning how to manipulate and control this light can result in creating masterful photos! “Photography Lighting” by Evan Deveraux is awesome guide and a must-read for those who want to take their game to the next level!
In a nutshell: This book teaches you how to create and set-up perfect photography lighting for an awesome home studio!
The Single Most Complete Book On Photography Lighting For Your Home Studio
Learn all the important lighting styles from the most informative and educational book. The book contains everything you need to know to set up “Completely Functional” and “Highly Professional” photography lighting for your home studio. You will learn all about basic lighting techniques, followed by “hidden tricks” that only the elite photographers use to create the right mood for the best pictures.
The book is written in rich, detailed explanations in a very comprehensive and entertaining style. Moreover, you’ll get to see plenty of images so you can benefit from actual examples of different lighting styles. Lastly, helpful resource links are inserted throughout for further educational and reference purposes.
All About The Right Equipment Needed For An Excellent Home Studio
Apart from the lighting techniques, you’ll learn not only about the various equipment needed, but also how to arrange the equipment in Perfect Proximity to one another to capture that elusive “stellar shot”.
- Spot Lights
- Hot Lights
- Strobe Lights
- Soft Boxes
- Cool Lights
- Backgrounds & Backdrops
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