Minimalist Lighting: Professional Techniques for Studio Photography

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Amherst Media, Incorporated, Apr 1, 2009 - Photography - 127 pages
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Photographers learn how to create amazing photography with this simple, basic, money-saving approach to working in the studio. While exploring available lighting and equipment, this reference tackles the concerns of studio photographers regarding too much gear, not enough space, and a strict budget and offers alternative techniques for photographing subjects. Tips for how to set up a studio in a limited amount of space, what kind of equipment works best for different effects, and finding great tools for budget prices make this a truly comprehensive reference.

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This is a great book for what you can use, how to think and how to plan for a simple, portable light setup. This is not for the beginner and I've already spent a few hundred on equipment after reading it - so be aware that the ideas in the book can lead to extra expenses Read full review

About the author (2009)

Kirk Tuck is an award-winning advertising photographer whose clients include Dell, Elle magazine, IBM, and Motorola. He is the author of Minimalist Lighting: Professional Techniques for Location Photography. He lives in Austin, Texas.

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