Introduction. Part I: The Science of Exposure. Chapter 1: Discovering the Art of Exposure. Chapter 2: Exposure 101: The Basics. Chapter 3: Metering Essentials: Reflected Light Metering. Chapter 4: Complex Metering Simplified: Incident Light Metering,Bracketing, and more. Chapter 5: More Than Just Metering: Working with Light. Part II: The Art of Exposure. Chapter 6: Changing the Look of Your Images: Apertures and Depthof Field. Chapter 7: Taking a Deeper Look at Depth of Field. Chapter 8: The Passage of Time: Shutter Speeds. Chapter 9: Sensitivity to Light: ISO193. Chapter 10: A Pocketful of Sun: Electronic Flash. Part III: Taking Exposure a Step Further: Creating GreatImages. Chapter 11: Candids, Portraits, and More: PeoplePhotography. Chapter 12: Taking a Walk on the Wild Side: PhotographingWildlife. Chapter 13: From Sea to Shining Sea: Landscape Photography. Chapter 14: Petals in the Wind: Capturing Flowers with YourCamera. Chapter 15: On Your Mark, Get Set, Go! Photographing Sports and Action. Part IV: Exposure in Special Situations. Chapter 16: Itty-Bitty Things: Close-Up Photography. Chapter 17: But I Can Hardly See! Night and Low-LightPhotography. Part V: The Part of Tens. Chapter 18: Ten Accessories to Make Your Life Easier. Chapter 19: Ten Decisions That Can Cost You. Index.
Jim Doty, Jr. is a landscape, event, and commercial photographer whose work has been featured in newspapers, magazines, books, tourism brochures, and online. He has taught photography at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts.
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