Captured by the Light: The Essential Guide to Creating Extraordinary Wedding Photography
The Essential Guide to Creating Extraordinary Wedding Photography
Internationally renowned portrait and wedding photographer David Ziser reveals how to take the best wedding photographs possible David Ziser shares everything from where to place the bride and groom to which lens to use Covers lighting and posing, on-camera flash, using natural light, determining the best exposure, ISO, gear, and more David Ziser has been a featured lecturer at Photoshop World, Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI), and Imaging USA/Professional Photographers of America Summary This book is not about how to start or run a wedding photography business; it's about how to take the best wedding photographs possible for clients. In this book, David Ziser will outline chapter-by-chapter and step-by-step exactly how to get great photographs. He covers lighting and posing, on-camera flash (and how to make it dance), using natural light, determining the best exposure, gear, the magic bullets in Photoshop and Lightoom, and more. He tells readers where to place the bride and groom, how to light them, where to place the light, what lens to use, and what f-stop, shutter speed, and ISO to set the user's camera. It doesn't get any easier than this! David Ziser has shared his knowledge with tens of thousands of photographers in five languages, and in 14 countries worldwide. Studio Photography magazine says, "Award-winning photographer, David Ziser, is showing the world how to take wedding pictures."
David A. Ziser, an internationally renowned portrait and wedding photographer, has shared his knowledge with tens of thousands of photographers in five languages, and in 14 countries worldwide. His Digital WakeUp Call tour was acclaimed as one of the best-ever seminars on digital photography. David is a regular featured lecturer at the Photoshop World Conference & Expo, Wedding & Portrait Photographers International (WPPI), and Imaging USA/Professional Photographers of America. He also provides training classes on DVD and online through Kelby Training, writes a daily photography blog, and writes for Professional Photographer magazine. David has been honored as a Kodak Mentor, and is one of 98 people worldwide who holds the distinguished honor of Fellow, bestowed by the American Society of Photographers.