Adventure Sports Photography, by renowned photographer and workshop leader Tom Bol, combines personal stories from field experience with expert photo technique. Aspiring outdoor photographers, both adventure sports shooters and outdoor photography enthusiasts, will find this book to be a valuable reference and guide. It covers everything an adventure sports shooter needs to know to get the shotafrom packing and organizing gear for an afternoon shoot of rock climbing at the local crag to a month-long sea kayaking expedition. Youall explore composition and creative angles for stunning adventure sports images, and learn in-depth techniques for using speedlights and strobes for creative lighting when youare shooting in the field. This book also shows you how to create a sequence shot and set up an effective digital workflow. In addition to creating environmental portraits, youall find out how to produce quality video of adventure sports. Tom Bol has been photographing adventure sports for more than 25 years, documenting adventures on every continent, and his work has been published worldwide. He is a regular contributor to Digital Photo magazine, and heas been recognized as one of National Geographic Adventureas a50 of Americaas Top Visionariesa for his photography. Tomas work has been featured by Elinchrom, LowePro, Manfrotto, and Nikon, and he is a Sandisk Extreme Team member. PDN readers voted Tom one of the photography worldas best workshop leaders. He is also an instructor at Kelby Training, Maine Photo Workshops, Photo Quest Adventures, and Strabo Photo Tours.One speedlight and reflector Of the two lighting methods wea#39;ve discussed so far, wea#39;ve used the sun as our light source. Add one ... I use a Lastolite Ezybox with my Nikon SB900 and hold it high and to the side for many portraits. My camera is set to aperture priority and my flash is set to TTL in Remote mode. I trigger theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Adventure Sports Photography|
|Publisher||:||Peachpit Press - 2011-11-21|