Pdf | Amherst Media | Rod Deutschmann, Robin Deutschmann | Eng | 128 Pages | 2010 | Isbn - | 11.33 Mb
Creativity is flourishing in digital photography. New ideas are being touted,advanced techniques have emerged, and a youthful, ultramodern approach to message-building is being recognized. Photography as we know it is changing and nowhere is this revolution more pronounced than in the world of flash photography—particularly off-camera flash photography.
Professionals and advanced-level amateurs seeking to push the envelope and enhance the creativity of their shots are shown how to add mood and manipulate color in their images with this guide. Using a technique known as off-camera flash, digital photographers discover how to alter a viewer’s perception through the use of shadows to mask certain details or to draw attention to a specific feature with a simple beam of light. From a survey of the gear required to create these effects and a detailed description of how the basic techniques are executed to more challenging instruction such as close-up techniques, on-location portraiture, black-and-white photography, and capturing motion, this handbook offers digital photographers step-by-step directions for picking up the tips and tricks to set their work apart.