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GMC Night and Low Light Photography The Expanded Guide

GMC Night and Low Light Photography  The Expanded Guide

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Master low light and night time photography with this educational book by Jill Waterman - ‘GMC Expanded Guide Book Learning Night and Low Light Photography’.

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GMC Expanded Guide Book Learning Night and Low Light Photography

Targeting the advanced/professional market, Jill Waterman presents a cutting edge look at night and low-light photography, featuring examples, hints and tips from today's top 30 night and low-light photographers. Subjects include: the moon and stars, atmospheric effects, cityscapes, water, industrial light, fireworks, night events, night landscapes, and much more. Topics/conditions discussed in the photography book include the following: indoors and out, black and white and colour, digital and film, fine art and commercial. She also addresses digital and post-production work and, of course, newer equipment and accessories.

Author: Jill Waterman

  • ISBN13: 9780817432416
  • Binding: PB
  • Pages: 208
  • Photographs: 125 colour & 50 b/w
  • Author: Ross Hoddinott
  • ISBN13: 9781907708343
  • Binding: PB with flaps
  • Pages: 192
  • Photographs: Includes photographs
  • SeriesTitle: The Expanded Guide: Techniques
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