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From lighting glass objects to photographing models indoors and out, this handbook demonstrates how to effectively use and manipulate light using a variety of traditional and unconventional lighting equipment. Written for both the professional and the serious amateur photographer, this guide explains the different types of light and how to work with modifiers such as panels, umbrellas, grids, and mirrors. More than 100 detailed lighting diagrams help ensure proper placement and are useful while pitching ideas to clients. Money-saving equipment and accessory alternatives are discussed along with strategies for working through obstacles during a shoot, making this manual a must-have resource for success on every project.
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Robert Morrissey is a commercial photographer and the owner of Big Red Nose Productions. His work has appeared in numerous publications, including "National Geographic Explorer," "Time," and "The Wall Street Journal "and his images have been used by suchReview:
"Includes 135 detailed lighting diagrams to help recreate . . . lighting effects." —Studio Photography
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Book Description Amherst Media, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111584281987
Book Description Amherst Media, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1584281987