The techniques illustrated in this handbook inspire photographers to take photographs when they would otherwise put their camera awayin low-light and nighttime situations. A comprehensive discussion of color and tone teaches photographers how to change their overall perceptions in low-light environments and adjust their exposure settings and filters to suit a variety of light levels. The most adverse lighting situations are covered, such as floodlit cityscapes, lightning, sunsets, stage shows, and fireworks. Tips on taking advantage of the digital environment's ability to manipulate and enhance low-light images both during and after the photo shoot are offered and technical information on both cameras and the latest software is discussed.
|Publisher:||Amherst Media, Incorporated|
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About the Author
Peter Cope is the author of The Digital Photographer's Pocket Encyclopedia, Digital Photography Workbook, Into Your Digital Darkroom, Photoshop User's Encyclopedia, and Secrets of the Digital Darkroom.