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Captured by the Light - Learn from a world-class wedding shooter how to maximize your wedding work. David will show you, with many tips, tricks and techniques, how to get those pressure shots. Wedding photography is time intensive. Many times you just don't have that much leeway to take your time, set it up and keep people prisoner while you fumble with gear, lights and meters. Within this book, you'll learn how to both anticipate and, with a minimum of fuss and gear, make certain that you are able to get the shots the families want.
He'll show you simple lighting set ups that are time honored and effective. Using step-by-step instructions, you'll come away with a scenario and strategy to pull it off with style and success. Most importantly, you'll learn how these shots can earn you money once you absorb the process they require.
About the Author: David A. Ziser, an internationally renowned portrait and wedding photographer, has shared his knowledge with tens of thousands of photographers in five languages, and in 14 countries worldwide. His Digital WakeUp Call tour was acclaimed as one of the best-ever seminars on digital photography.
David is a regular featured lecturer at the Photoshop World Conference & Expo, Wedding & Portrait Photographers International (WPPI), and Imaging USA/Professional Photographers of America. He also provides training classes on DVD and online through Kelby Training, writes a daily photography blog, and writes for Professional Photographer magazine. David has been honored as a Kodak Mentor, and is one of 98 people worldwide who holds the distinguished honor of Fellow, bestowed by the American Society of Photographers.
Professional posing and composition tips
Simple on-location lighting setups that are specially designed for the wedding photographer
How to get gorgeous images using a minimal amount of time and equipment
Creative lighting techniques that anyone can use to create dramatic wedding portraits that will set you apart
David's own camera settings and lens selections (which lenses to use when, and why), and how to get the best results with your existing gear
How pros use on and off camera flash, and a host of tricks of the trade that will make you more profitable and have you delivering the type of wedding shots you've always dreamed of