The Art of Off-Camera Flash Photography: Techniques and Images from Professional Digital Photographers

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Amherst Media, Incorporated, Oct 1, 2011 - Photography - 128 pages
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Photographers seeking to enhance the creativity of their shots will be well pleased with this guide from seasoned professional photographer Lou Jacobs Jr. Beginning with an overview of the gear required, the fundamental techniques involved, and the results that can be achieved using off-camera flash, the book then explores the work of 10 top photographers who use off-camera flash to create their powerful images. These photographers reveal how off-camera flash helps them bring to life their creative visions and accomplish their assignments, from business and fashion portraits to images of children, families, weddings, and more. Many of the images are paired with lighting diagrams for a quick understanding of these often complex setups. For photographers who want to hone their skills, or start taking advantage of the enhanced potentials of off-camera flash, this book provides a useful insight into the process.

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Lou Jacobs Jr. is a professional photographer; the author of more than 30 photography books, including Photographers Lighting Handbook, Professional Children's Portrait Photography, and Studio Lighting; and a regular contributor to Rangefinder magazine. He lives in Cathedral City, California.

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