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Master Lighting Guide For Portrait Photographers [Format Kindle]

Christopher Grey
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Light is the greatest tool at the disposal of portrait photographers. In this book Christopher Grey walks you through portrait lighting from start to finish, teaching you how to control light more effectively so you can create portraits that are more flattering, more creative and more marketable.

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Time-tested lighting strategies that will improve the quality of a portrait are detailed in this book for beginning photographers. Terminology used by industry pros is explained, the equipment needed to create professional results is outlined, and the unique role that each element of the lighting setup plays in the studio is explored. Photographers learn how color, direction, form, and contrast affect the final portrait. The concise text, photo examples, and lighting diagrams enable photographers to easily achieve traditional lighting styles that have been the basis of good portraiture since the advent of the art.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Je recommande 17 novembre 2011
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Livraison très rapide ! Pour ceux qui lisent en anglais : un excellent bouquin , très complet .... Un parfait "pense-bête" pour les photographes débutants qui se passionnent pour les éclairages.....
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Definitely worth it! A must buy! 22 avril 2005
Par Hard to Impress - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm a third year commercial advertisment photography student and I have to say that I wish I had found this book in my first year. Christopher Grey really knows his stuff. He has diagrams along with his photographs to explain each type of lighting situation. I actually learned quite a bit about different lighting accessories used for various lighting like hairlights, and different ways to show separation from the background. This is definitely a great book to have around to review a few pointers before a shoot. I'm half way through the book and I just got it yesterday night. It's very easy reading. The format just flows. The techniques and suggestions are great building bases. If you've already taken portraiture classes, some of this will be review (Part I-The Principles of Portrait Lighting), but I still think this is a great book to have. Part II is Portrait Lighting in Practice. It gives one or two examples in each category. Editorial, corporate, ...etc. If you have any hesitation on your technique and possible outcomes, this is a great book. It'll reaffirm your confidence in the way you do things; moreover, you may be reminded of something that you might have forgotten.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Learning from a master 16 juin 2004
Par Paul Hartley - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Christopher Grey is a master of photographic lighting, and this expertise shines through in his latest book, appropriately titled, Master Lighting Guide for Portrait Photographers. Grey eases his readers into the topic with a discussion on the properties and quality of light and a review of modern lighting equipment, both store-bought and homemade. Then, after an informative chapter on lighting ratios (a frequently misused and misunderstood term) he embarks on an instructive and comprehensive journey that covers everything from classic lighting styles to the advanced lighting methods used by today's top studio photographers. Beautiful color photos and helpful diagrams complement each scenario.
Grey's writing is conversational and witty, which is a blessing when one is digesting material that, in duller texts, can quickly veer off into technical mumbo jumbo. In addition to his lighting information, he sprinkles every chapter with plenty of useful advice - things he's learned during his 30-year career - for saving money, choosing backdrops, building trust with subjects, capturing better expressions and much, much more. I'd recommend the book to anyone interested in portrait photography. The photographs alone are well worth the purchase price, but the lessons enabling readers to create similarly stunning photos make the book an extremely good value.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Buy this! learn this, and kick up your quality 2 notches! 13 décembre 2005
Par I. Seligman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a powerful, concise, and well written book.

With his diagrams, accompanying photos, and explanations, Mr. Grey has opened my eyes to light and lighting options in ways I hadn't realized...and now makes me look far more carefully at portraits than ever before, to appreciate how the lighting and well placed shadows emphasize the client's best qualities.

I confess I hesitated before buying a "mere" 128 page book, and quickly realized he cuts out the usual fluff and shares "secrets" freely. One must savor each page's wisdom, rather than rushing through it, to greatly enhance your skills.

Learn about key light characteristics, softboxes, hair lights, different umbrella effects, lighting ratios and so on...you needn't use some or all on every session, it's there to just let you know how to use these when and if a situation arises...and you'll have the knowlege of how to use them without recreating or reshooting the wheel!

Whether you are a film or a digital photographer, this gives knowledge that benefits either medium, by encouraging you to creatively previsualize the lighting of finished product, long before you click the shutter.

While it's far easier for me to properly light a subject before shooting (I am comfortable with film and slowly learning digital/Photoshop) it gives hints that can be used creatively in "Photoshopping" an image later, in the computer, to enhance a mood, or de-emphasize a highight accordingly. (Katrin Eismann's Photoshop Restoration & Retouching, 3rd ed. is quite helpful, as is Scott Kelby's comfortably cookbook aproach in his Photoshop CS book for Digital Photographers).

This is a pearl that deserves to be read appreciatively, savoring each page at a time!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The title of this book is exactly right... 4 septembre 2005
Par Kevin Whitney - Publié sur Amazon.com
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To set the stage for my comments, I'll offer that I am a mature man and a long-time engineer who has started taking classes in portrait photography.

First of all, for some photography books, a technical background like mine is a must. Not so for this book- it is full of information that is very clearly presented without techno-babble.

This book is an engaging read which is both instructive during the first read, and a great reference every time you pick it up.

I found it very valuable that there were pictures that showed the result of lighting a subject in many different ways with a particular light modifier. It was almost as if I had a studio with all that equipment and could experiment on my own. By the time I got to my studio-based class, I had a clear idea of what I wanted to do and how to do it.

A great buy because you will need many books to replace the insight that this single book provides!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is a great book 8 avril 2006
Par C. L. Willis - Publié sur Amazon.com
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When I read reviews I usually start with the negative ones because it gives me a hint as to how reasonable the person rating the book is. If someone complains about shipping, that has nothing to do with the author or the book. If someone writes about the details of the book but says it's above their level doesn't mean the book deserves a bad rating either. Now if someone states the book was full of fluff (ie all those Dummie books), or the author/publisher did not show diagrams when the should I can understand. This is especially for photography books.

Well, there wasn't any negatives about this book and I understand why!

I really enjoyed reading this book! This book is very detailed with descriptions on setups and explaining equipment and how to use the setups. I have a few other "lighting" books I've purchased and/or picked up from the library over the past couple of years, but I have to say this one has everything and more the others do not have. It is straight to the point and specific without being elementary.

I highly recommened the newbie to advance studio photographer get this book. EXCELLENT easy flowing reading.
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