The low light photography field guide
Review Date : Thu, 12 Jul 2012
The Low Light Photography Field Guide is written a photojournalist with over 30 years’ experience, this book is packed with helpful advice.
Author: Michael freeman
Low-light photography can be incredibly rewarding, from candid handheld scenes to long-exposure cityscapes. Knowing how to get the perfect low-light shot does require a bit of guidance, though, which is where The Low Light Photography Field Guide comes in. Written by Michael Freeman, a photojournalist with over 30 years' experience, this book is packed with helpful advice. It covers advice on the kit you'll need, tips on handheld shooting along with other shooting techniques. On top of this, there's a host of post-production advice, including Raw conversion for low-light photography and other software techniques.
The book is a pocket-sized proposition, while the information inside is well written and clearly illustrated. If you're wanting to perfect your low-light shooting, and understand what's happening, then this book is definitely worth further investigation.