Nikon Creative Lighting
Using the SB-600, SB-800, SB-900, and R1C1 Flashes
In this newest book from Rocky Nook, The Nikon Creative Lighting System, Mike Hagen opens up a whole new world to those photographers who are already well versed in photography, but may not have a clue about flash photography.
With the new and rapidly evolving technology, flash photography (especially advanced light modeling with modern iTTL flash systems) has become an art in itself and should be mastered by all aspiring photographers -- amateurs as well as professionals -- who are often helpless when it comes to using the full potential of these systems.
Using a simple, step-by-step method for setting up and using the newest Nikon iTTL flash units, Mike teaches all the steps required to achieve consistent and amazing flash photos. He solves the common frustrations associated with flash, and specifically teaches how to use the SB-600, SB-800, and SB-900 strobes. Also included is a chapter showing system configuration so readers can duplicate the desired results on their own.
Beginning at a basic level and then progressing to more advanced techniques, Mike teaches everything you need to know about using Nikon's iTTL flash system.
The Nikon Creative Lighting System
Mike Hagen a mechanical engineer by training, worked for a semiconductor company for 10 years in various roles as an engineer, production manager and engineering manager.
ESSENTIAL PHOTOGRAPHY TRAINING
Build a Better Photograph, Stern, 1st Edition
Scanning Negatives and Slides, Steinhoff, 2nd Edition
Mastering the Nikon D300, Young, 1st Edition
Photographic Multishot Techniques Gulbins, Gulbins, 1st Edition
Mastering Digital Panoramic Photography, Woeste, 1st Edition
Rocky Nook was founded in early 2006 in Santa Barbara, California, and is closely associated with dpunkt.verlag, a leading publisher of books on technology based in Heidelberg, Germany. The focus of Rocky Nook's publications is on digital photography and computing.
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