Incorporating several categories of beauty photographymaternity, fitness, boudoir, Maxim style, Goth glamour, and fetish glamourthis guide describes the artistic and technical nuances of each genre while teaching posing and compositional techniques Explaining how to choose popular lights and modifiers, the guide helps novice and professional photographers create stunningportraits with mood and personality that highlight the most desirable aspectsof the subject.A series of case studies fromportrait sessions anddetailed diagrams for recreating the shots are also included....
|Title||:||Christopher Grey's Lighting Techniques for Beauty and Glamour Photography: A Guide for Digital Photographers|
|Publisher||:||Amherst Media October 1, 2010|
|Number of Pages||:||125 pages|
|File Size||:||793 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Christopher Grey's Lighting Techniques for Beauty and Glamour Photography: A Guide for Digital Photographers Reviews
Mostly I learned that I need to spend a lot of money on lights and a studio with sets and seamless, none of which is likely. But it is interesting. It also convinced me that while it may not look professional, it's still possible to be creative and take good pictures without much extra equipment.
VERY GOOD EXCELLENT BOOK, GOOD QUALITY OF LEAVES AND BAG
Christopher Grey is a great teacher. His examples give specific setups that can be used as described, but the reader is encouraged to modify, extend, and blend them through understanding why they work. This is a book about understanding lighting, it is not a cookbook.
As with most of Mr. Grey's books I instantly found information that was of immeasureable help to me. While all of the chapters in this book are informative the chapter on 'green screen' photography was a big help to me. I have been struggling with lighting my green screen for sometime and this chapter really helped.
Get it today. If you're interested in lighting, This is a must have book for people that are interested in portraiture.
This is a good reference for beginners or persons new to indoor/studio photography. For those with experience, there are probably more informative books however.
Really a great book: it is about brains, not necessarily money!
A competent book on studio lighting which will serve well as a guide for the novice studio photographer. For the more experienced user of studio flash lighting equipment it doesn't, however, bring much that's fresh to the party; instead it recycles a lot of stuff that regularly features in books on lighting.