All photographers - from the most inexperienced beginners, to serious advanced amateurs, to working professionals - who need to learn or improve their electronic-flash techniques will benefit from this comprehensive book. It opens with in-camera basics, such as flash fill and redeye reduction. Then the book moves to intermediate topics, including automatic- and manual-exposure flash readings, detachable units, guide numbers, and bounce flash. Next comes an advanced section that covers such methods as working with off-camera flash, remote triggers, multiple flash units, flash brackets, power packs, and light ratios. A gallery featuring the flash photography of six professionals concludes the book.For this Times Square aquot;tiltscape, aquot; I exposed off the midtoned sidewalk. I aimed my Nikon FM-2 manual camera and tiny flash up at the neon street sign from about 10 feet away, aware that it was highly reflective. With a 20mm F2.8 lens and myanbsp;...
|Title||:||Mastering Flash Photography|
|Publisher||:||Amphoto - 1997|