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Speedliter's Handbook : Learning to Craft Light with Canon Speedlites: Arena, Syl: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
書籍資料
Speedliter's Handbook : Learning to Craft Light with Canon Speedlites
Speedliter's Handbook : Learning to Craft Light with Canon Speedlites
作者: Arena, Syl
出版社 : Peachpit Pr
出版日期 : 2010/12
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780321711052

BookWeb價格 : A$ 76.13
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語言 : English

書籍簡介
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A06203650 A93654000
Place of Publication: United States
Subject Development: Techniques
Academic Level: Extracurricular
Table of Contents
 
Welcome Speedliter!                                1  (1)
    Chapter Zero Quick Start Guide To              2  (10)
    Speedliting
      Why Pop-Up And Hot Shoe Flash Do Not         3  (1)
      Create Interesting Light
      Deal With The Ambient Light First            4  (2)
      Who Is In Charge---You Or Your Speedlite?    6  (2)
      More Essential Truths About Speedliting      8  (4)
  PART 1 Before Speedlites, There Was Light
    Chapter One Learn To See Light                 12 (8)
      The Poetry Of Light                          13 (1)
      Character Of Light                           14 (2)
      How You See vs. How Your Camera Sees         16 (4)
    Chapter Two Exposure Exposed                   20 (18)
      The Trinity: ISO, Shutter Speed And          21 (3)
      Aperture
      Depth Of Field                               24 (2)
      Equivalent Exposures                         26 (2)
      Exposure Modes                               28 (2)
      Metering, Metering Zones, And Metering       30 (2)
      Modes
      White Balance                                32 (2)
      Exposure Evaluation For Flash Photography    34 (3)
      Determining Proper Exposure                  37 (1)
    Chapter Three Mechanics Of Light               38 (12)
      Color...Primarily                            39 (1)
      Taking Color's Temperature                   40 (2)
      Incidence Incidentally                       42 (2)
      Soft Light Proves That Size Is Relative      44 (2)
      Falling Off, Or How To Love The Inverse      46 (2)
      Square Law
      Thinking About Flash-To-Subject Distance     48 (2)
      As Stops
    Chapter Four Light Of The World                50 (10)
      The Role Of Ambient Light                    51 (2)
      Controlling Ambient In Flash Exposures       53 (4)
      Options For Blending Ambient And Flash       57 (3)
    Chapter Five Think Globally, Light Locally     60 (10)
      The Lighting Compass                         61 (3)
      On-Axis And Off-Axis Light                   64 (2)
      Light From Above... And Below                66 (4)
  PART 2 Speedlites Fundamentally
    Chapter Six Meet The Speedlites                70 (10)
      Dissecting A Burst Of Flash                  71 (1)
      Speedlite 580EX II                           72 (2)
      Speedlite 430EX II                           74 (2)
      Speedlite 270EX                              76 (1)
      Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX                      77 (1)
      Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX                      77 (1)
      Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2                  78 (2)
    Chapter Seven Control Your Speedlite           80 (12)
      Mode---Deciding How The Power Level Is Set   81 (2)
      Sync---Deciding When To Fire The Flash       83 (5)
      Zoom---Deciding Where To Fire, Part 1        88 (2)
      Pan and Tilt---Deciding Where To Fire,       90 (2)
      Part 2
    Chapter Eight Flashing Manually                92 (10)
      Manual Flash---A Way To Get Started          93 (1)
      When To Use Manual Flash                     94 (2)
      Setting Power Manually On Canon Speedlites   96 (4)
      My Workflow: Using One Speedlite In          100(2)
      Manual Mode
    Chapter Nine E Is For Evaluative               102(12)
      E Is For Evaluative                          103(1)
      Mechanics Of E-TTL                           104(2)
      Limitations Of E-TTL                         106(1)
      E-TTL And Camera Modes                       107(1)
      Flash Exposure Compensation                  108(4)
      Flash Exposure Lock                          112(2)
    Chapter Ten Move Your Speedlite Off-Camera     114(12)
      Your Camera Is A Lousy Place To Put A        115(1)
      Speedlite
      Options For Controlling Off-Camera           115(1)
      Speedlites
      E-TTL Cords                                  116(2)
      Canon Built-In Wireless                      118(1)
      E-TTL Radio Triggers                         118(2)
      Sync Cords And Hotshoe Adapters              120(2)
      Optical Slaves And Infrared Triggers         122(2)
      Manual Radio Triggers                        124(2)
    Chapter Eleven Wireless Speedliting, The       126(26)
    Canon Way
      Canon's Built-In Wireless System             127(1)
      The Master: One Speedlite Has To Be In       128(2)
      Charge
      To Fire Or Not To Fire: The Master Wants     130(2)
      To Know
      The Slave: The Worker Bee Of Wireless        132(2)
      Flash
      Channels: Everyone Has To Be The Same        134(2)
      Groups: Assigning Specific Jobs To           136(1)
      Specific Speedlites
      Getting Rational About Ratios                137(3)
      A:B Ratios: Splitting Up The Load Between    140(4)
      Two Groups
      A:B C Ratios: Three-Group E-TTL              144(2)
      Wireless Speedliting In Manual Only          146(2)
      Free-Agent Wireless: Firing Speedlites in    148(2)
      E-TTL & Manual Together
      Moving Your Master Off-Camera-Way Off        150(1)
      Camera
      Radio Options For Wireless E-TTL             151(1)
    Chapter Twelve Mixing Canon Speedlites With    152(12)
    Other Lights
      Third-Party Speedlights                      153(1)
      Getting Speedlites To Play With Other        154(2)
      Small Flash
      Speedlites, Monolights, And Studio Packs     156(2)
      Not Getting Burned---Speedlites With Hot     158(2)
      Lights
      Managing The Glow---Speedlites With          160(4)
      Fluorescent
  PART 3 Gear For Speedliting
    Chapter Thirteen Go Ahead, Mod Your            164(20)
    Speedlite
      Why Mod?                                     165(1)
      Built-in Modifiers                           166(1)
      Options For Mounting Mods                    167(1)
      Dome Diffusers                               168(2)
      Bounce Reflectors                            170(2)
      Softboxes That Attach To Speedlites          172(2)
      Ring Light Adapters                          174(2)
      Snoots                                       176(2)
      Grids                                        178(2)
      Gobos And Flags                              180(2)
      Random Essentials                            182(1)
      Deciding Which Mods Are Right For You        183(1)
    Chapter Fourteen Those Big Modifiers Always    184(20)
    Get In The Way
      Why Mod in a Big Way                         185(1)
      Umbrellas                                    186(6)
      Softboxes Made for Speedlites                192(4)
      Converting a Studio Softbox For Speedlite    196(2)
      Use
      Beauty Dishes                                198(2)
      Scrims And Diffusion Panels                  200(2)
      Reflectors                                   202(1)
      Flags and Solids                             203(1)
    Chapter Fifteen Get a Grip                     204(12)
      Mounting a Speedlite Anywhere                205(5)
      Sometimes you have to take a Stand           210(2)
      Reaching Out: Poles, Booms, And Boom         212(2)
      Stands
      Rails and Other Multi-Lite Mounts            214(1)
      Staying Flexible: Bungies, Straps, and       215(1)
      Gaff
    Chapter Sixteen Keeping the Energy Up          216(10)
      Batteries Basically                          217(1)
      Single-Use Batteries                         218(1)
      Rechargeable Batteries                       219(1)
      Best AA Batteries                            220(1)
      Battery Strategies                           221(1)
      CP-E4 Compact Battery Pack                   221(1)
      Charging Batteries                           222(1)
      Carrying Batteries                           223(3)
  PART 4 Speedliting In Action
    Chapter Seventeen Lighting Portraits           226(12)
    Classically
      One More Time Around the Lighting Compass    227(1)
      Broad Lighting                               228(1)
      DMV Lighting                                 229(1)
      On the Nose Lighting                         230(1)
      Butterfly/Paramount Lighting                 231(1)
      Copy Lighting                                232(1)
      Short Lighting                               233(1)
      Loop Lighting                                234(1)
      Rembrandt Lighting                           235(1)
      Split & Hatchet Lighting                     236(1)
      Horror Lighting                              237(1)
    Chapter Eighteen Portraits With One            238(20)
    Speedlite
      Back to Basics, Quickly                      239(1)
      Shoot: One Speedlite With Fill Reflector     240(2)
      Shoot: Reflecting On the World Of            242(2)
      Umbrellas
      Shoot: Think Of the Shutter As a Light       244(2)
      Modifier
      Shoot: Speedliting a Silhouette              246(2)
      Shoot: Sun As Rimlight, Gelled Speedlite     248(2)
      As Fill
      Shoot: Trying All the Ezyboxes On For Size   250(2)
      Shoot: Through An Umbrella Softly            252(2)
      Shoot: Candlelight Through a Disk Diffuser   254(2)
      Shoot: Gridding a Speedlite For Drama        256(2)
    Chapter Nineteen Portraits With Two and        258(22)
    Three Speedlites
      Opening Horizons With Multiple Speedlites    259(1)
      Shoot: Classic Three-Light Setup             260(2)
      Shoot: Clamshell Lighting, Top To Bottom     262(2)
      Shoot: Ring that Light With Small Hatchets   264(2)
      Shoot: Color Creates Mood                    266(2)
      Shoot: Trio Of Speedlites Into a Big         268(2)
      Silver Umbrella
      Shoot: Dance with the Softbox                270(2)
      Shoot: Shade that Speedlite                  272(2)
      Shoot: Mixing Speedlites With Water          274(2)
      Shoot: Multi-Lite, Second-Curtain Sync       276(2)
      Shoot: Two Heads Can Be Better Than One      278(2)
    Chapter Twenty Gelling for Effect              280(14)
      Gels Quickly                                 281(1)
      If Color Correction is Needed, Did           282(2)
      Something Go Wrong?
      Getting Dramatic With Color                  284(1)
      My Favorite Gels                             285(1)
      Mounting Gels                                286(1)
      Mixing White Balance And Gels Creatively     287(1)
      Shoot: Golden Hour Anytime                   288(2)
      Shoot: The Blue World                        290(2)
      Shoot: Coloring the Night                    292(2)
    Chapter Twenty-One Slicing Time With           294(16)
    High-Speed Sync
      How High-Speed Sync Changed My Career        295(1)
      Activating High-Speed Sync                   295(1)
      Syncing Flash Normally                       296(2)
      High-Speed Sync Changes the Way your         298(2)
      Speedlite Fires
      Workflow for Creating Dramatic Light With    300(1)
      HSS
      Alternatives To High-Speed Sync              301(1)
      Shoot: Defying Gravity in Broad Daylight     302(2)
      Shoot: Freezing Water On a Hot Day           304(2)
      Shoot: Flashing Wide Open in Full Sun        306(2)
      Shoot: Stray Dog and Stray Light             308(2)
    Chapter Twenty-Two Dimming the Sun             310(8)
      Options for Dimming The Sun                  311(1)
      How to Dim the Sun With a Fast Shutter       312(2)
      Using Zoom As A Light Modifier               314(2)
      Shoot: Secret Agent Tony                     316(2)
    Chapter Twenty-Three Smashing Pumpkins With    318(16)
    Gang Light
      Gang Lighting---A New Way to Light           319(4)
      Shoot: Smashing Pumpkins                     323(3)
      Shoot: Lady Of the Opera                     326(2)
      Shoot: Backyard Soccer Champion              328(2)
      Shoot: Flying High After Sunset              330(2)
      Shoot: Pushing Back Against the Desert Sun   332(2)
    Chapter Twenty-Four Speedliting Events         334(14)
      The Dual Roles Of Event Photography          335(1)
      Strategies for Lighting Events With          336(4)
      Off-Camera Flash
      Shoot: Vineyard Wedding                      340(2)
      Shoot: Paderewski Festival                   342(2)
      Shoot: Wheels Of Wellness                    344(2)
      Shoot: Festival Of the Arts                  346(2)
    Chapter Twenty-Five Strobo, Strobo, Strobo     348(14)
      Flashing Again And Again                     349(2)
      Single Speedlite Stroboscopic                351(1)
      Multi Speedlite Stroboscopic                 352(1)
      Other Considerations for Stroboscopic        353(1)
      Shoot: Birdman                               354(2)
      Shoot: Leaps Of Faith                        356(2)
      Shoot: It's Outta Here!                      358(4)
  Appendices
      Appendix One Gang Slang For Speedliters      362(8)
      Appendix Two Web Resources for Speedliters   370(2)
      Appendix Three Custom Functions              372(2)
      Appendix Four Six-Point Checklist For        374(4)
      Speedliting
Index                                              378
 

Getting your Canon Speedlite to produce the light you need can be a real challenge. For those new to flash photography-or for anyone who has previously given up out of frustration-Speedliter's Handbook is a revelation. Photographer Syl Arena takes you on a journey that begins with an exploration of light and color, moves through a comprehensive discussion of the Canon Speedlite family and all of the accessories and equipment available to the Speedliter, then settles down to crafting great light in one photo shoot after another. Whether you want to create a classical portrait, shoot an event, or simply add a little fill light to a product shot, Speedliter's Handbook shows you how. A fantastic in-depth resource illustrated with over 500 images, Speedliter's Handbook covers: * how to see the various characteristics and properties of light itself, as well as the differences between how your camera sees versus how you see * all the buttons and dials of the entire Canon Speedlite family * the basics of on-camera flash...and the necessity of getting your flash off the camera * how to beautifully balance flash with the existing ambient light * all the equipment necessary for great Speedlite shots * how to get amazing shots with just one Speedlite * how and when to use E-TTL versus manual flash * the use of color gels to balance color, as well as create dramatic effects * how to tame the sun-or any really bright light-with hi-speed sync * and much, much moreWhether you're shooting portraits, events, or sports, Speedliter's Handbook is an essential resource that teaches you how to craft the light you need for any type of shot you want.

Contents
Welcome Speedliter! chapter Zero Quick Start Guide To Speedliting Why Pop-Up And Hot Shoe Flash Do Not Create Interesting Light Deal With The Ambient Light First Who Is In Charge-You Or Your Speedlite? More Essential Truths About Speedliting PART 1 Before Speedlites, There Was Light chapter one Learn To See Light The Poetry Of Light Character Of Light How You See vs. How Your Camera Sees chapter TWO Exposure Exposed The Trinity: ISO, Shutter Speed And Aperture Depth Of Field Equivalent Exposures Exposure Modes Metering, Metering Zones, And Metering Modes White Balance Exposure Evaluation For Flash Photography Determining Proper Exposure chapter THREE Mechanics Of Light Color...Primarily Taking Color's Temperature Incidence Incidentally Soft Light Proves That Size Is Relative Falling Off, Or How To Love The Inverse Square Law Thinking About Flash-To-Subject Distance As Stops chapter FOUR Light Of The World The Role Of Ambient Light Controlling Ambient In Flash Exposures Options For Blending Ambient And Flash chapter FIVE Think Globally, Light Locally The Lighting Compass On-Axis And Off-Axis Light Light From Above... And Below PART 2 Speedlites Fundamentally chapter six Meet The Speedlites Dissecting A Burst Of Flash Speedlite 580EX II Speedlite 430EX II Speedlite 270EX Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2 chapter seven Control Your Speedlite Mode-Deciding How The Power Level Is Set Sync-Deciding When To Fire The Flash Zoom-Deciding Where To Fire, Part 1 Pan and Tilt-Deciding Where To Fire, Part 2 chapter eight Flashing Manually Manual Flash-A Way To Get Started When To Use Manual Flash Setting Power Manually On Canon Speedlites My Workflow: Using One Speedlite In Manual Mode chapter Nine E Is For Evaluative E Is For Evaluative Mechanics Of E-TTL Limitations Of E-TTL E-TTL And Camera Modes Flash Exposure Compensation Flash Exposure Lock chapter TEN Move Your Speedlite Off-Camera Your Camera Is A Lousy Place To Put A Speedlite Options For Controlling Off-Camera Speedlites E-TTL Cords Canon Built-In Wireless E-TTL Radio Triggers Sync Cords And Hotshoe Adapters Optical Slaves And Infrared Triggers Manual Radio Triggers chapter Eleven Wireless Speedliting, The Canon Way Canon's Built-In Wireless System The Master: One Speedlite Has To Be In Charge To Fire Or Not To Fire: The Master Wants To Know The Slave: The Worker Bee Of Wireless Flash Channels: Everyone Has To Be The Same Groups: Assigning Specific Jobs To Specific Speedlites Getting Rational About Ratios A:B Ratios: Splitting Up The Load Between Two Groups A:B C Ratios: Three-Group E-TTL Wireless Speedliting In Manual Only Free-Agent Wireless: Firing Speedlites In E-TTL & Manual Together Moving Your Master Off-Camera-Way Off Camera Radio Options For Wireless E-TTL Chapter Twelve Mixing Canon Speedlites With Other Lights Third-Party Speedlights Getting Speedlites To Play With Other Small Flash Speedlites, Monolights, And Studio Packs Not Getting Burned-Speedlites With Hot Lights Managing The Glow-Speedlites With Fluorescent PART 3 Gear For Speedliting chapter Thirteen Go Ahead, Mod Your Speedlite Why Mod? Built-In Modifiers Options For Mounting Mods Dome Diffusers Bounce Reflectors Softboxes That Attach To Speedlites Ring Light Adapters Snoots Grids Gobos And Flags Random Essentials Deciding Which Mods Are Right For You chapter Fourteen Those Big Modifiers Always Get In The Way Why Mod In A Big Way Umbrellas Softboxes Made For Speedlites Converting A Studio Softbox For Speedlite Use Beauty Dishes Scrims And Diffusion Panels Reflectors Flags And Solids chapter Fifteen Get A Grip Mounting A Speedlite Anywhere Sometimes You Have To Take A Stand Reaching Out: Poles, Booms, And Boom Stands Rails And Other Multi-Lite Mounts Staying Flexible: Bungies, Straps, And Gaff chapter sixteen Keeping The Energy Up Batteries Basically Single-Use Batteries Rechargeable Batteries Best AA Batteries Battery Strategies CP-E4 Compact Battery Pack Charging Batteries Carrying Batteries PART 4 Speedliting In Action chapter Seventeen Lighting Portraits Classically One More Time Around The Lighting Compass Broad Lighting DMV Lighting On The Nose Lighting Butterfly/Paramount Lighting Copy Lighting Short Lighting Loop Lighting Rembrandt Lighting Split & Hatchet Lighting Horror Lighting chapter Eighteen Portraits With One Speedlite Back To Basics, Quickly Shoot: One Speedlite With Fill Reflector Shoot: Reflecting On The World Of Umbrellas Shoot: Think Of The Shutter As A Light Modifier Shoot: Speedliting A Silhouette Shoot: Sun As Rimlight, Gelled Speedlite As Fill Shoot: Trying All The Ezyboxes On For Size Shoot: Through An Umbrella Softly Shoot: Candlelight Through A Disk Diffuser Shoot: Gridding A Speedlite For Drama chapter Nineteen Portraits With Two And Three Speedlites Opening Horizons With Multiple Speedlites Shoot: Classic Three-Light Setup Shoot: Clamshell Lighting, Top To Bottom Shoot: Ring That Light With Small Hatchets Shoot: Color Creates Mood Shoot: Trio Of Speedlites Into A Big Silver Umbrella Shoot: Dance With The Softbox Shoot: Shade That Speedlite Shoot: Mixing Speedlites With Water Shoot: Multi-Lite, Second-Curtain Sync Shoot: Two Heads Can Be Better Than One chapter Twenty Gelling For Effect Gels Quickly If Color Correction Is Needed, Did Something Go Wrong? Getting Dramatic With Color My Favorite Gels Mounting Gels Mixing White Balance And Gels Creatively Shoot: Golden Hour Anytime Shoot: The Blue World Shoot: Coloring The Night chapter Twenty-one Slicing Time With High-Speed Sync How High-Speed Sync Changed My Career Activating High-Speed Sync Syncing Flash Normally High-Speed Sync Changes The Way Your Speedlite Fires Workflow For Creating Dramatic Light With HSS Alternatives To High-Speed Sync Shoot: Defying Gravity In Broad Daylight Shoot: Freezing Water On A Hot Day Shoot: Flashing Wide Open In Full Sun Shoot: Stray Dog And Stray Light chapter Twenty-two Dimming The Sun Options For Dimming The Sun How To Dim The Sun With A Fast Shutter Using Zoom As A Light Modifier Shoot: Secret Agent Tony chapter Twenty-three Smashing Pumpkins With Gang Light Gang Lighting-A New Way To Light Shoot: Smashing Pumpkins Shoot: Lady Of The Opera Shoot: Backyard Soccer Champion Shoot: Flying High After Sunset Shoot: Pushing Back Against The Desert Sun chapter twenty-four Speedliting Events The Dual Roles Of Event Photography Strategies For Lighting Events With Off-Camera Flash Shoot: Vineyard Wedding Shoot: Paderewski Festival Shoot: Wheels Of Wellness Shoot: Festival Of The Arts chapter twenty-Five Strobo, Strobo, Strobo Flashing Again And Again Single Speedlite Stroboscopic Multi Speedlite Stroboscopic Other Considerations For Stroboscopic Shoot: Birdman Shoot: Leaps Of Faith Shoot: It's Outta Here PART 5 Appendices Appendix One Gang Slang For Speedliters Appendix Two Web Resources For Speedliters Appendix Three Custom Functions Appendix Four Six-Point Checklist For Speedliting Index
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