Light Science and Magic: An Introduction to Photographic Lighting Paperback – Sep 8 2011
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"If you are a photographer of any type, especially on who does studio work, this is a must have reference." ? BC Books (May 2007)
"The first book on photographic lighting that is worth using as a text. Light - Science and Magic is about principles, not cheap tricks or the authors' portfolio."
-Pete Christman, Savannah College of Art and Design.
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About the Author
Fil Hunter is a highly respected commercial photographer specializing in still life and special effects photographs for advertising and editorial illustration. During a career spanning over three decades, he has worked for such clients as America Online, US News, Time-Life Books, Life Magazine (27 covers), the National Science Foundation, and National Geographic. He has taught photography at the university level and has served as technical consultant on a number of photographic publications. Mr. Hunter has won the Virginia Professional Photographer's Grand Photographic Award three times. He lives in Alexandria, VA.
Paul Fuqua, Virginia, USA, started his own audiovisual production company in 1970. Dedicated to teaching through visuals, he has written and produced educational and training material in a variety of fields, including law, science, and nature. His photography takes him all over the world, but he makes his home in Arlington, VA.
Steven Biver, Virginia, USA, Commercial photographer, former clients include Adobe, Mobil, Newsweek, Black and Decker
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Great book. Highly detailed and technical; I've read through it a couple times and gleaned something new each read.Published 16 months ago by Brandon
Excellent. Especially when used in conjunction with The Strobist blog's Lighting 102.Published 20 months ago by Alan Jackson
Awsome book! Have alot of explication to understand how light works.
Have to keep in the library if you are in photography.
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