Exposing with a flash!
a how-to guide for mastering exposure when using hot shoe flash (Photographer's Workshop Series)
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|Format: ||Paperback, 30 pages|
|Other Information: ||colour illustrations|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 26 September 2012|
A no-nonsense guide to learning how to expose correctly and creatively for hot shoe flash. The journey begins by mastering how to expose correctly for flash, followed by a look at how changing the position of the flash unit affects the final image. The workshop concludes by examining how snoots, grids and gels affect the exposure. Through the Photographer's Workshop Series we focus on exploring how to master one technical aspect of photography at a time, which: allows each handbook to be concisely written and tightly focused upon its particular topic (making it ideal for busy people), enables enthusiasts to build up their knowledge and skills at their own pace, and caters for experienced photographers who can reach straight for the handbook they need to quickly fill a gap in their skill set. By the end of this workshop, the reader will be bursting to utilize flash in their pictures, rather than thinking of it as a necessary evil for low light situations!
Table of Contents
Welcome :: How flash light affects exposure :: How flash position affects exposure :: How flash modifiers affect exposure :: And finally
About the Author
Saul McKeon is a photographer who loves to teach what he has learned - and he never stops learning! As an author, McKeon aims to produce practical handbooks written as though the reader was attending one of his photographic workshops. He takes the 'attendee' by the hand, shoots a sequence of pictures to illustrate his point, and then encourages his student to try it for his or herself. McKeon is currently working on a number of other titles in the Photographer's Workshop Series. He lives in England with his wife, four children, retired dog, surviving gerbil, pile of expensive photographic equipment, and quite a large mortgage.
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