Amherst Media's Wes Kroninger's Lighting

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Drawing on his experience as a portrait, commercial, and editorial photographer, Wes Kroninger presents strategies that will help photographers bring out the beauty and character in all of their subjects from kids, to businessmen, to fashion models.

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New Book for Immediate Release!

Wes Kroningers

LightingDesign Techniques for Digital Photographers

FEATURES

Minimizing stress by handling project planning as a series of specific decisions

DESIGN BEAUTIFUL LIGHTING WITH THESE SIMPLE STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS!

Understanding how the properties of light affect your subject and how to manipulate them to get the results you desire Pushing the boundaries between portrait and editorial lighting styles Techniques for working in the studio or on location

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rawing on his experience as a portrait, commercial, and editorial photographer, Wes Kroninger presents strategies that will help

photographers bring out the beauty and character in all of their subjectsfrom kids, to businessmen, to fashion models. Kroninger provides an overview of the creative process, then analyzes a wide variety of images from actual sessions, explaining the conceptualization of each image and the execution of each lighting design at the shoot (whether in the studio or on location). These images take the reader from simple location setups, pairing just a reflector with natural light, on through to complex studio lighting design with multiple lights and modifiers. For each photograph in the book, two complete lighting diagrams are includedone from the camera view, one from an elevated view making it easy to study the techniques and outcomes.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Wes Kroningers work has appeared in American Salon, Modern Salon, Rangefinder, and Rolling Stone. He is also a contributor to Pro Photo Resource, a popular on-line resource for amateur and professional photographers.BOOK SPECS

$34.95 list, 8 1 2"x11", 128p, 90 color images, 120 / diagrams, ISBN 978-1-60895-254-0, Order no. 1930.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION OR TO RECEIVE A REVIEW COPY, CONTACT:

Kate Neaverth or Craig Alesse, Amherst Media, 175 Rano Street, Suite 200, Buffalo, NY 14207 (800)622-3278 fax (800)6223298 kneaverth@amherstmedia.com www.amherstmedia.com