|Originally designed as an eBook, this guide is now available as a black-and-white reprint.
Finish: A5 spiral bound book (also available in A4)
This is a trial service until 31 December 2017.
Canon has made significant improvements to lowlight
capabilities in its cameras over the past few years, but this doesn't
prevent lowlight photography remaining a difficult and challenging area
to master. This new book from Nina Bailey, experienced lecturer and
former member of Canon staff, looks at all the areas you need to
understand to get great images of lowlight subjects.
or the lack of it, is the key element to master. Nina explains how
light affects the images you take and how to cope with some of the
extreme contrasts often encountered in situations with low light levels.
Framing, lens usage, exposure and white balance are covered in-depth.
a section on how to tackle different subjects, ranging from interiors
of churches and cathedrals through to stage shows, from the northern
lights and sunset through to nighttime illuminations.
also provides information on post-production techniques, looking in
particular at combining HDR files, using Photoshop Elements and Canon's
own Digital Photo Professional software.
Packed with stunning images across a broad selection of lowlight subjects and 180 pages long.