Picking an f-stop for Portraits
Start with Just One Light
Shoot Tethered to Your Computer
Highly recommend this book for anyone just starting out to even the advanced photographer.
The thing I like best about this book is that for each example, there is a photo, shot from above, showing the lighting setup.
The book is very good because it has very clear instructions to follow, and the photos are excellent and easy to understand.
Great book, but then again most books written by Scott Kelby tend to be great books. in this case, Kelby shows you a number of portrait scenarios and how he chose to light them. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JMW
I've been a fan of Scott Kelby's photography books clear back through the "The Digital Photography Book" series. Read morePublished 2 months ago by William E. Liberatore
This is more of a photoshop book than a studio setup. The original intent was to have balance I'm sure. The end result was a heavy post-processing book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by MNP
Does just what it says. (1) Gives camera settings, (2) Gives strobe equipment and settings (strobes are way too costly for me). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jafe in Fort Worth
Scott kelby books are always well written. In this book it offers a step by step, easy to understand process. Read morePublished 2 months ago by W. Hoover
I am totally new to photography and found this book to be the express way to get professional results! Thanks!Published 3 months ago by Luiz Oliveira
I'm not easily impressed, but this writer has done a great job. Very clear and straight forward using a minimum of theory or jargon.Published 3 months ago by Joe Jernigan
This book is well written, and the over head shots of the lighting setup are clear and helpful. One small gripe, I was disappointed that so much of the book was spent on... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jeff