LED Lighting: Professional Techniques for Digital Photographers from Amherst Media will help you demystify the process of choosing the right LED light for projects, helping photographers navigate the transition from traditional flash and hot lights to light-emitting diode (LED) lights. This book will help you achieve the perfect lighting color and balance in your still life images, portraits, and even moving pictures.
Selecting the right LED for your needs-and your budget
Invent new styles unencumbered by the limits imposed by standard light sources
Buying (or making) modifiers for softer looks and greater control
Using LEDs in the studio or on location
Achieving flawless color with LED lighting alone or with LED in mixed lighting
LED lighting design for portraits, product shots, architectural interiors, and more
Using LED lighting for enhanced photography
About the author
Kirk Tuck is a former photography professor and creative director of an advertising firm. He currently works as a freelance photographer with clients such as IBM, Dell Computer, Motorola, Elle magazine, Time Warner, and Tivoli Systems.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Pros and Cons.
Chapter 2: LED Panels
Chapter 3: LED Accessories
Chapter 4: Great Color With LED Lighting
Chapter 5: Getting Down to Business
Chapter 6: Portrait Photography
Chapter 7: Event Photography
Chapter 8: Commercial photography
Chapter 9: LED Lighting for Video