How to Set Up Photography Lighting for a Home Studio is an audiobook that descriptively details subjects related to a basic photo studio setup in the comfort of your home. It contains information about how to use continuous studio lighting, and how to use strobe lighting photography as well as techniques that enable users to control the lighting as they wish. Having a controlled environment makes for beautiful photos, and gives options for creativity as well.
This audioook also contains information about home photography studio setup and discusses how the photographer can make adjustments to create the best blend of lighting and colors. Finally, it also gives knowledge about the proper set-up and storage of the equipment to maximize the useful life. In a nutshell, this is everything that a beginning photographer needs to understand how to setup your own photography studio at home. Get your copy now.
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"Informative basics for the beginner"
The book is a general overview that does not go in to detail. It does teach you some general photography terms that are helpful in the industry. The book is a simplistic, easy read but I was hoping it would have provided more detailed instruction.
"I strongly recommend this book"
This is a wonderful book
I am strongly puzzled by one star rating.
To whom gave this rating, did you listen to the actual book? Your post shows ignorance and incorrectly cites author’s statements. ( What did you want to achieve? Did you try to get your credit back?)
The book is short and to the point. It is worth reading even if you already have some experience.
Several years back I bought a lot of equipment that in the long run appeared to be useless. If I had a chance to read this book, I would save a lot of money and a lot of time and frustration during my “experiments” with the equipment and trying to utilize the lights in the completely wrong way.
My suggestion to beginner photographers- read this book first, then research what equipment is best for you. You always can upgrade and step up.
Also after working in the studio with only artificial lighting - i just discovered the fun of mixing natural and artificial light- it takes some time to master it, but it opens various possibility.
I strongly recommend this book
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