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The Photographer's Exposure Field Guide: The Essential Guide to Getting the Perfect Exposure; Any Subject, Anywhere (Photographer's Field Guide) The Third Title In Ilex S Continuing Series Of Field Guides Is Best Selling Author Michael Freeman S Guide To Exposure, The Deceptively Simple Concept At The Heart Of Photography By Explaining The Mechanics Of Today S DSLRs, And Breaking Down The Key Exposure Situations, Freeman Demystifies The Art Of Capturing The Right Exposure First Time The Handy Format Allows Easy Reference In The Field


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14 thoughts on “The Photographer's Exposure Field Guide: The Essential Guide to Getting the Perfect Exposure; Any Subject, Anywhere (Photographer's Field Guide)

  1. says:

    Michael Freeman s published photography works are world reknowned and reproduced in varying formats for the simple reason that his skill in photography is matched by his ability to write and teach This book is a perfect example of that, so I ll focus a little on the


  2. says:

    I ordered this thinking it would be a good source for learning about exposure Instead I found it disappointing First, the size 6 x 4.5 is too small for comfortable reading I suppose it was intended to be something to fit into a camera bag, but it has too much information to wo


  3. says:

    The book is a little odd I understood it, but didn t appreciate it at first It was only after shooting that my appreciation of its message grew As such it is a book that tries to teach something that can only really be learnt through practice Now with the benefit of hindsight, the boo


  4. says:

    This product although it states a guide book fails to mention that you need a magnifying glass to read anything as the print is so flipping small it is practically useless, I am extremely disappointed in having wasted money on this item sure it fits in your pocket but it is in no way better tha


  5. says:

    I found this book explains his methods very well.His methods may not gel with all but for me the approach is right.I hoe i can put what i have learnt to good use and improve my own output.


  6. says:

    Excellent book handy size so can be easily carried and reffered to, not for the absolute beginner but with a little bit of knowledge.


  7. says:

    This book is basically extremely portable and it does help understand exposure and working with light, which are basic things to understand if you re ever serious moving beyond point and shoot.


  8. says:

    If you don t wear glasses before you purchase you l probably need them after It may be described as a field guide 15.4cm x 11.8cm however, the text is minuscule avg 1mm x 1.4mm due to background colour choice on alternate pages painful to read Pity, as he s a brilliant photographer with uber experience, but the book is difficult


  9. says:

    Michael hits another HomeRun with this Book Explanations are simple to the point and accurate His techniques are spot on following his teaching and by Practicing is saying Thank You for His Time and Effort and You Get the Praise for your Photos


  10. says:

    This is a thorough explanation of exposure, problems, and solutions for digital cameras It may be out of date since it was written in 2009 and doesn t seem to allow for mirrorless cameras with their full time live view But it was still very helpful to me as an explanation of what I see in the viewfinder.


  11. says:

    Though many will shoot in auto and look for that great image setting on their expensive camera, for those who want to be photographers will read this book A great baseline.


  12. says:

    I ve only glanced through it, but seems to have a very good depth on photographic areas that are applicable to exposure I feel after reading thoroughly this will be a very good reference guide to carrry at all times.Definately would recomment for anyone wanting to understand and explore exposure techniques.


  13. says:

    Great field guide for photographers of all levels.


  14. says:

    This book gears you into thinking about exposure in terms of dynamic range, zones, and key tones The organization of the book is superb It can be summarily divided into 3 main sections 1 the technical aspects of exposure, 2 the 12 lighting situations which I will explain about in a moment see The Twelve , and 3 exposure decisions based on style, creativity, and personal taste.Altho


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