Writing with Light

Great Light, Easy Light – A New eBook from Craft & Vision

As some of you may know I don’t shoot portraits, at least not the traditional studio portraits that is the focus of Craft & Vision’s latest ebook release, Great  Light, Easy Light – Strobe Techniques That Don’t Look Lit by Kevin Clark. Nonetheless the book was about lighting your subject and as a photographer that was something I wanted to find out more about.

Great Light Easy Light, Craft & Vision

I don’t think that I’m opening a studio in the near future but regardless I did find this ebook of great interest. Let me explain. I believe that as a photographer, regardless of your area of interest, it’s important to understand the different elements in creating a powerful or dramatic image. Light is  the key essential ingredient in making a photograph. Whether your shooting landscapes, still life’s or portraits, the image won’t work if the light isn’t right.

In Great Light Easy Light,  Kevin Clark takes the reader through 10 different case studies (all filled with outstanding images) to show you how different lighting set ups affect the final image. What really blew me away is that all his set-ups make the subject look like they are naturally lit. The light is soft when it has to be or dramatic for greater impact. The author discusses how to mix flash and ambient light to create a natural look and offers insight into one, two and three light set-ups complete with diagrams and photographs of those set-ups.

Great Light Easy Light, Craft & Vision

Special Offer on PDF eBook – Click Here to Purchase
The retail price on Great Light, Easy Light is just USD $5, but for the next five days, use the promotional code EASY4 when you check out so you can have this PDF eBook for just $4. Or use the code EASY20 to get 20% off when you buy 5+ PDF eBooks from the Craft & Vision collection.These codes expire at 11:59pm PST September 29, 2012.

11 responses

  1. I think this is one I will buy – sounds like good stuff! Thanks Edith!


    September 25, 2012 at 7:38 am

  2. Looks like a nice publication. I don’t do portraiture but having purchased several other Craft & Vision products I can attest that their books are top quality and very informative.


    September 25, 2012 at 8:04 am

  3. Gabriel | 加百利

    great share :–)


    September 25, 2012 at 11:41 am

  4. doephotog

    Very cool looking book. For me though, I think lighting is much easier learnt by experience. 🙂


    September 25, 2012 at 3:33 pm

  5. That sounds great!


    September 25, 2012 at 6:10 pm

  6. Great timing for me…I want to stretch a little and this is just what I needed! Thanks!


    September 26, 2012 at 10:11 am

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