Great Light, Easy Light: Strobe Techniques
Have you ever wanted to learn or improve upon your portraiture lighting techniques to produce images that rival those found in all types of magazines? Working with natural light, flash, strobes, and light modifiers is actually not as overwhelming as it sounds. It’s easy to learn, and after a wee bit of practice, you will be creating photographs that leave your family, friends, and even yourself, breathless!
GREAT LIGHT, EASY LIGHT: Strobe Techniques That Don’t Look Lit by Kevin Clark is an excellent primer for those looking to learn or improve upon their use of light. Illustrated with some absolutely gorgeous photography, Kevin also includes the very helpful shot-setup diagrams (including one, two, and three light setups) for you to easily see exactly how each shot was created.
Kevin is a veteran commercial photographer who knows how to cut to the chase and provide photographers of all levels with the practical advice they need to create and manipulate light in order to produce the best aesthetic. Whether you’re using studio lights or off-camera flash, an eight-foot octabank or a bed sheet, you’ll learn about how to get light to do what you want, regardless of the tools.
Here’s what you’ll gain from this eBook:
- How to mix flash and ambient light for the perfect shot
- Helpful image case studies
- Various one, two, and three light setups, including shot-setup diagrams
- Light-bouncing techniques
But of course, there’s a discount!
Whether you are learning photography as a beginner, a hobbyist, or you are a professional, there’s no better investment in the continued growth of your photography for $5, although today thru September 29th, 2012, you get it for only $4 with the discount code: EASY4 or us the code EASY20 to get 20% off if you are purchasing any 5 or more eBooks (codes expires at 11:59pm PST September 9th, 2012).
The downloadable PDF is just $5USD. (or only $4 today if you use the discount code: EASY4)
You can view some page samples or download the ebook here: GREAT LIGHT, EASY LIGHT: Strobe Techniques That Don’t Look Lit by Kevin Clark
Happy Photographing folks!