Most photographers shoot in abundant sunlight. The problem is, full sun creates harsh, unflattering shadows that undermine images. Working in low light — in early morning or at twilight or when Mother Nature cues the clouds or fans in the fog — can help photographers produce stand-out images.
Photographers will learn to analyze light and determine the best camera settings for creating captivating low-light images outdoors. Composition—the artful arrangement of all of the image elements — is detailed next. From there, Hummel provides text and illustrations to guide readers through the art of producing low-light images of sunrises and sunsets; the moon and stars; hot air balloons, city lights, and fireworks; and nature and landscape photography. Hummel then moves on to discuss how photographers can use filters and camera-stabilizing tools to enhance the technical quality of their shots. Armed with the applications outlined in this book, photographers will be able to produce outstanding shots during off-peak hours.
Master Low Light Photography: Create Beautiful Images from Twilight to Dawn by Heather Hummel-P2P
English | 2016 | ISBN: 168203044X | 128 pages | PDF/EPUB | 83 MB/168 MB