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Better Available Light Digital Photography, Second Edition from Focal Press is a total work on how to achieve stunning images in less than desirable shooting conditions. Using a collection of images shot by the authors, you'll learn to get the shot when the light or weather is poor. The book is not only filled with tips, tricks and techniques from two seasoned pros but has been updated to include coverage of digital photography. Whether you're shooting a PR gig or a friend's wedding, the book will give you tremendous insight into how to turn adverse conditions into winning images. Chapters include information on digital noise, white balance and RAW capture.
What is Available Light? Basic Exposure Digital Noise: What it is & How to Deal with it White Balance Techniques Fast Lenses Camera Supports Available Light Photography at Weddings RAW Image File Capture Appendix A Digital Imaging Glossary
About the Authors
Joe has written more than 25 books and 1600 articles and is a regular contributor to Shutterbug since '94. He was the first editor of eDigital Photo Magazine and is a continuing contributor to other publications. He offers workshops ranging from Palm Beach Photo to Popular Photography and Imaging.
Barry is a working photojournalist whose images have been published in hundreds of publications including nine covers of Time, Inc., including People Time, Sports Illustrated and others. He has also won a Pulitzer prize in Journalism
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