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Available Light - It's hard to beat natural light for creating dynamic and meaningful images. This book will show you how to use natural light - to sculpt it, mold it, shape it and use it to achieve stunning photos. Whether it is under overcast and sunny days, backlighting and flare, window light, daylight studios, natural reflectors, and studio lighting at home, you'll discover how wonderful it is to be able to work without a studio.
The pure spontaneity of the moment with real light opens up a world of possibilities for photos. It forces you to focus on the subject and environment rather than a bunch of studio gear.
About the Author: Don Marr is a portrait photographer and a photography instructor. He is the author of Beginner's Guide to Photographic Lighting Techniques. He lives in Portland, Oregon.
Problem-solving techniques for working with available light
Using subtractive lighting to create direction on overcast days
Finding locations with studio-quality lighting outdoors or in your home
Quick (and cheap) fixes for working in bright sun
Controlling window light for flawless portrait and still-life lighting effects
Finding incredible lighting in unusual places
Using subject placement to control lighting
Projects and self-assignments for putting each technique to work