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Shooting in low light and at night is challenging, but it can result in stunning images, so don't put that digital camera away after the sun goes down! Start capturing eerie and intriguing photographs at all levels of light with this information-packed guide from renowned photographer and author Harold Davis.
He provides pages of field-tested techniques to help you find the proper exposures, including the best settings for ISO, aperture, and shutter. Don't miss the intriguing examples of his own work, including cityscapes, landscapes, and more.
Capture the visually exciting world after the sun goes down with this essential guide to night photography.
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"Harold Davis's Creative Photography series is a great way to start a photography library"---PhotoFidelity
'A beautifully written, lavishly illustrated guide that will educate and inspire in an equal measure. 10/10.' (Digital Photographer, January 2010).
Great introduction to taking photographs at night. Harold Davis is clear and concise and conveys to the reader his expertise in the field of night photography.Published 13 months ago by Glen W. Schofield
This is my second Harold Davis 'Creative' photography book, and intermediate photographers would learn a lot from his books. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jhay
If youa are into night photography, this is the book. It come with all the exif data and great pictures. Very much to the point the explanations. I do recommend it.Published on August 6, 2013 by C. Calderon
I had seen Davis' videos on youTube, and was very impressed by him. I bought a couple of his books initially, and then several others so that I now have 9 of them. Read morePublished on May 1, 2013 by bearsfolks
What it is not - It is not a coffee table book of outstanding printed images, it lacks the high end printing process and price, of such a book. Read morePublished on July 7, 2012 by Clint
As a relatively new enthusiast photographer, this book was very inspirational and informative. Great mix of phenomenal pictures, high level thoughts and principles, and the right... Read morePublished on June 8, 2012 by M. Smith
Edit: I've changed this review since my initial writing. It didn't get better. More or less I condensed. Read morePublished on August 10, 2011 by Only
I enjoyed this book a lot, but was also annoyed by it a lot. The enjoyment won out over the annoyances, thus 4 stars. Read morePublished on July 1, 2011 by James A. Williamson