The Photographer's Guide to Light by John Freeman
Light is the lifeblood of photography. The Photographer's Guide to Light explores the correlation between light and shade to give the reader an insight into how stunning images can be achieved, even when the light is low.
In this inspiring practical guide, John Freeman examines all aspects of light, including daylight, flash, tungsten, HMI, using available light and night photography. With informative, jargon-free language he explains the colour balance of films and how different light affects them, and also looks at the latest digital techniques. Each subject is illustrated with a wide range of John Freeman's original images and helpful diagrams.
Subjects include taking portraits in available light, fill-in flashes, interiors with mixed lighting conditions, when to take the optimum night-time shots - all achievable by photographers using even the most modest of equipment.