A Guide to Extreme Lighting Conditions in Digital Photography

A Guide to Extreme Lighting Conditions in Digital Photography

by Duncan Evans (Author)


The two extremes of lighting where there is far too much light or not enough - are the most challenging aspects of photography. This book removes the need for trial and error by explaining just how to digitally capture the world of high-contrast lighting where the landscape shimmers with light; and the other worldly extreme of low light, where exposures are long, and beautiful visual effects are possible. Structured to cover a wide range of extreme lighting situations, this comprehensive guide also details equipment and specialist digital techniques: from painting with light to controlling reflections and avoiding burn out. Using a broad selection of inspirational images, the creation of each is uncovered step by step to instruct the photographer in mastering any extreme lighting situation.


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Format: Paperback
Pages: 144
Publisher: AVA Publishing
Published: 24 Jul 2006

ISBN 10: 2884790861
ISBN 13: 9782884790864

Author Bio
Duncan Evans is an author and photographer living in the most northerly part of the UK. He edited Digital Photo User for over four years, and his pictures have been published in magazines and newspapers such as The Daily Mail and The Scotsman. He is a member of the Royal Photographic Society, currently with a licentiateship distinction (LRPS). Duncan has seven photography books in print at the moment, and has previously written three AVA titles including the hugely popular A Comprehensive Guide to Digital Portrait Photography.