Understanding Flash Photography
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Understanding Flash Photography : How to Shoot Great Photographs Using Electronic Flash and Other Artificial Light Sources

By (author) Bryan Peterson

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This guide to on- and off-camera flash picks up where Understanding Exposure leaves off, helping free photographers from the limitations of "auto" to get the images they want when natural light isn't enough. For the many amateur photographers afraid to venture past natural lighting, here is the book that will finally help them explore the exciting possibilities of artificial light. In his trademark easy-to-understand style, Bryan Peterson explains not only how flash works, but how to go beyond "TTL" automatic flash exposure to master manual flash, allowing readers to control the quality, shape and direction of light for a perfect exposure, every time.

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  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 216 x 278 x 12mm | 662.24g
  • 30 Aug 2011
  • Watson-Guptill Publications
  • Amphoto Books
  • New York
  • English
  • 150 full colour photos
  • 0817439560
  • 9780817439569
  • 32,785

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Bryan Peterson is a phenomenon in how-to photography, with more than half a million books sold, including Amphoto's #1 bestselling title of all time, Understanding Exposure. He also ranks as one of the bestselling authors in the entire category, from any publisher. A professional photographer and internationally known instructor, he is also the author of Learning to See Creatively (9780817441814), Understanding Digital Photography (9780817437961), Beyond Portraiture (9780817453916) and Understanding Close-Up Photography (9780817427191). He is also the founder of the online photography school The Perfect Picture School of Photography (ppsop.com).

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A bad Book, badly written.

The photos are pathetic, the text confuse and almost without information.show more
by Rafael A. Vida Delgado