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8 Types Of Natural Light That Will Add Drama To Your Photographs Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
There is no shortage of material on lighting types, techniques or the importance of it, but better that than not enough. What's important in instructional or advisory material of this nature is that it's relevant and accessible. Fortunately 8ToNL hits the mark on both points.
I'd suggest that less experienced photographers will have more to gain from the content, though it harms no photographer of any level to refresh or review subjects they may have already covered. Anne's style ensures that nobody is left behind. A good example of this is her use of a histogram - a subject which does instil fear into many a beginner (and beyond). She cracks this open in just a few sentences and provides not only the basic need to know information in a relaxed way, but provides a good basis for those that wish to explore further.
To date I've found the free e-book market to be full of below standard (modern) material, but this doesn't fall into that category. It's well thought out, well written and supported with relevant and impressive imagery and as good a free article as you'll get.
If you a new to photography then it offers sound advice in a non rambling and concise
way, easy to dip into when you are unsure how to approach a particular lighting
scenario. Not bad at all for beginners.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A nice little guide to help motivate me to look beyond the obvious light condition choices. Worth a browse, maybe more.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
gives a good in site of how light and your camera work togetherPublished 3 months ago by steve sefton
Wish I could review it, but yet again, will not download to my tablet. Don't bother contacting Amazon, all they do is go through a list of set questions and answers. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer