The Complete Guide to Night and Low-Light Photography

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Amphoto Books, 2000 - Photography - 192 pages
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Aimed at photographers who pack away thier cameras as soon as light levels fall, this brilliant book shows how, with just a little skill and imagination, even amateurs can produce breathtaking photographs in night-time or low-light settings. The guide begins with a clear explanation of technical aspects that must be considered, such as the best equipment to use for low-light indoor or nighttime outdoor shots, which color and black-and-white films to choose, how to ensure correct exposure in tricky situations, and details relating to both natural and artificial light. The book then tackles a wide range of themes and lighting situations, presenting specific guidance for shooting low-light landscapes, portraits, buildings, carnivals, fireworks displays, and weather phenomena such as lightning, sunrises, and sunsets.

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User Review  - Johannes99 - LibraryThing

This book was once probably a superb guide. The problem is that it was not updated with the arrival of digital photography. Many pages dwell at great length on all kind of films and their ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Lee Frost, author of The A-Z of Creative Photography, contributes regularly to a variety of photographic magazines, and his landscape and travel pictures are published worldwide. He is based in England.

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