By: David Präkel Media of Photography Exposure and hand-held light meters: their strengths, limitations and correct use in a wide variety of lighting situations. Posts about Lighting written by David Prakel. The co-edition option for my books Basics Photography: Composition and Lighting has been taken by Pyramyd. Best Lighting Book Ever, May 4, Lighting by David Prakel is simply the best of the approximately 20 books I have on this subject. I do a lot of table top.
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Description The second book in the series is “Lighting”. Artists paint with oils or watercolours, photographers paint with light.
It is the fundamental ingredient of every photo. How a ligthing is lit can greatly change the way it affects the viewer. It is the most essential of all photographic tools, but it can be notoriously difficult to control unless you have access to a studioso this book aims to teach the reader how to make the best of every lighting situation.
The book will be split into sections, which will focus on the basics: The final section covers different methods of capturing images using light creatively, such as cameraless images known as photograms or how to make use of the Bulb function to produce special lighting effects.
The book as a whole, but particularly this final section, will be extremely inspirational to students and those wishing to push their creative boundaries. The Best Books of Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x 18mm Looking for beautiful books?
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Capturing Colour Phil Malpas. Photography Exposure David Prakel. About David Prakel David Prakel was given his first camera at the ligjting of 9 and photography has played a central role in his life ever since.
Since completing a degree in psychology at the University of Manchester, David has enjoyed a diverse career in journalism, photography and education. In the s he was a prolific magazine contributor, authored a book on popular music and worked as a publishing consultant and trainer.
He then spent a sabbatical year in America teaching photography in night-class and youth programs.
He now runs his own photographic training workshops in Northumberland and is a part-time lecturer on the BA Hons Photography degree course at the Cumbria Institute of the Arts.
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