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.Understanding Instruction Manuals To get the most out of your flash, you should read and reread the instructions that ... Shooting with my Nikon N90, and a 55mm F3.5 manual macro lens, I exposed Kodak Ektachrome Professional EPR 64anbsp;...
|Title||:||Mastering Flash Photography|
|Publisher||:||Amphoto - 1997|