When light levels begin to fall and nighttime approaches, most amateur photographers pack up their cameras and head for home. This is the last thing you should do, however, as with just a little skill and imagination, you can produce breathtaking low light pictures indoors and out.
Lee Frost's classic The Complete Guide to Night and Low Light Photography has helped countless amateur photographers navigate the issues of low light photography, explaining everything from the best equipment to how to ensure correct exposures in a wide range of lighting situations, including cityscapes, fireworks, portraits, lit buildings, sunsets, weather phenomena, and more. Now Lee returns with a fully revised edition for the digital world. Pakced with all new photographs and information, The New Complete Guide to Night and Low light Digital Photography, Updated Edition, addresses today's more accurate metering systems, higher ISO capabilities, more advanced flashes, the many effects now possible with image editing software, and much more.
From sunrise to sunset, Frost explains how even the most inexperienced photographer can capture beautiful low light images on the first attempt.