How to Photograph Natural Light (How To Photograph Series)

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135 color photos 7 x 9 Expert information on outdoor photography Advice and inspiration for any photographer Understanding the effects of light on a subject is one of the most important elements of taking top-quality outdoor photographs. This richly illustrated guide discusses in detail the varying qualities of natural light-how it affects metering, aperture selection, film speed, mood, and composition-to help both beginning and experienced photographers improve their images. Practical techniques are offered for low-light situations, sunny skies, overcast days, clouds, reflections, shadows, haze, and fog. Includes a gallery of the author's own photos. George Schaub is the author of numerous books on photography, including How to Photograph the Outdoors in Black & White. He teaches photography and printing at the New School/Parsons School of Design in New York and lives on Long Island.

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