The ability to effectively manipulate light can separate a good photographer from a great one. In this fourth installment of a twelve book series by John Freeman, intermediate photographers can acquire techniques for working with varying degrees and types of light and shade in order to achieve more memorable and dramatic images. Packed with illustrative photos, readers will find expert tips for understanding and successfully manipulating light. Topics such as stroboscopic lighting, mixed lighting, lighting for the body, color balancing films, working in bright sunlight, and achieving varied effects in the studio are all covered. Detailed information on the latest lighting and filtering equipment make this a must have for the photographer looking to bring his or her technique to the next level.
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John Freeman is a highly-experienced photographer as well as the creator of many books including the acclaimed architectural volumes London Revealed and Moscow Revealed. His prize-winning book Practical Photography has sold over half-a-million copies in more than 20 countries throughout the world. He is also the author of Photography: A Practical Guide to Taking Better Pictures, Lighting for Interiors Photography and co-author, with Michael Busselle, of The Photographer's Handbook. He is co-author with Anthony Gardiner of Herbes de Provence which won the Gourmand world cookbook awards category, Best Cookbook Photography in English (UK) 2002. Based in London, he travels extensively and works regularly in the field of publishing for both books and magazines.
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