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Because the art and craft of photography have changed so radically in recent digital years, the holistic art of photography is in danger of being lost. Fine art photographer Davis, who considers today's photographer part traditional photographer and part digital artist, argues that a great photograph starts with the photographer's understanding of light and proceeds with a creative control of exposure. He describes what makes up an exposure-aperture, shutter speed, and sensitivity-and explains both when to change each of these settings and what the likely impact will be. His compelling images of flowers, bridges, cliffs at sunrise, and cities at night illustrate each aspect of his ideas, showing how light can be captured and manipulated to stunning effect. Highly recommended for fine art photographers; commercial photographers will benefit from Jack Neubart's Location Lighting Solutions, with its emphasis on advertising photography.