Better Available Light Photography

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Better Available Light Photography is a practical guide to understanding the different kinds of lighting challenges that exist and how to overcome them in order to create great photographs. This includes photographing indoor sports, night sporting events, and special activities such as plays, holiday lights, and fireworks. User-friendly and full of practical advice, this book...

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Overview

Better Available Light Photography is a practical guide to understanding the different kinds of lighting challenges that exist and how to overcome them in order to create great photographs. This includes photographing indoor sports, night sporting events, and special activities such as plays, holiday lights, and fireworks. User-friendly and full of practical advice, this book will help both amateur and professional photographers create quality images under less than perfect available light situations.



Often the most difficult, yet most rewarding, images are created when photographers are working under difficult lighting conditions. First, there is the challenge of meeting and overcoming technical obstacles that normally might prevent you from producing a well-exposed photograph. Second, photographs made under lighting conditions different from the "F16 and the sun over your right shoulder" instruction-sheet standard are more interesting.

Better Available Light Photography is written for the amateur or aspiring professional photographer who has been frustrated in trying to create useful images under less than optimum lighting conditions. This includes photographing sports indoors, night sporting events, special activities such as plays, holiday lights and even fireworks. User friendly and full of real world advice, this book will help readers discover the joys of creating images when photographic conditions are at their most difficult.

Audience: Professional and serious amateur photographers, students of photography.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780240803357
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 11/28/1998
  • Pages: 156
  • Product dimensions: 6.96 (w) x 9.96 (h) x 0.32 (d)

Meet the Author

Author of more than 25 books and over 1600 magazine articles, Joe Farace has been a regular contributor to Shutterbug magazine since 1994 with his Digital Innovations and Web Profiles columns. He was the original editor of eDigitalPhoto magazine and contributes to magazines such as Photo District News and PHOTO Techniques. He holds workshops and seminars at FOTOfusion, Palm Beach Photo Workshop, Shutterbug and Popular Photography and Imaging, has spoken at the PPA national events and New England Council of Camera Club's annual conference.
Barry Staver is a professional photojournalist whose work has appeared in hundreds of publications, including nine covers of Time Inc. magazines such as People, Time and Sports Illustrated. He is a shared winner of the Pulitzer Prize in Journalism.

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Table of Contents

Introduction; Available Light; Basic Exposure Techniques; Fast Lenses; Fast Film; Lab Processes; Low Light Accessories; Appendix A: Companies Mentioned in this Book; Index

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