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PART I: PAINTING WITH LIGHT.
Chapter 1. The Nature of Light.
Chapter 2. The Color of Light.
PART II: WHAT'S YOUR EXPOSURE.
Chapter 3. Balancing the Elements of Exposure.
Chapter 4. Measuring Your Exposure.
Chapter 5. Making Creative Exposure Choices.
Chapter 6. Controlling Motion with Shutter Speed.
Chapter 7. Taking Control of Aperture Selection.
Chapter 8. Dealing with Digital Film.
PART III: PUT A LITTLE LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT.
Chapter 9. Lighting Tools and Approaches.
Chapter 10. Making Light Available on Location.
PART IV: LIGHTING AND EXPOSURE FOR SPECIFIC SUBJECTS.
Chapter 11. Making Pictures of People.
Chapter 12. Getting into the Action.
Chapter 13. Photographing Nature.
Chapter 14.Taking Pictures of Objects.
Chapter 15. Approaching Architectural Subjects.
Appendix A: Contributing Photographers.
Posted March 17, 2009
This book is good for all those little questions hobby photographers have about lighting. It's the single most important aspect of photography, and any professional that needs a refresher, or any student wanting to do things right, can rely on this book for the basic questions or clarifications.
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