Most photographers will agree that after buying cameras, lenses, computer gear, and software, the spending never seems to end. More gear is needed for studio, tabletop, and flash photography, and for accessories here and there. Often, the right accessories are not even available. That is where this book comes in.
Low Budget Shooting is the one-stop source where you will find instructions and a shopping list on how to build an array of useful and inexpensive photographic tools.
Filled with full-color images and easy-to-follow text, this book shows how to build essential lighting and studio equipment for use inside the studio as well as in the filed.
In this book you will learn:
- How to make the perfect light-table for shooting small objects
- How to build reflectors, soft-boxes, and light-tents that really work
- How to build equipment for use on the road
- Where to get some of the little helpers that make a photographer’s life so much easier.
This clever little book is a creative and valuable resource for most any photographer.
About the author:
Cyrill Harnischmacher is a photographer and designer who lives and works in southern Germany. His first book, "lowbudgetshooting" (originally written in his native German language), won him the prestigeous Fotobuch-award of the German Booksellers Association in 2005. Cyrill is a studio photographer by profession and a nature and infrared photographer by passion. Another book by Harnischmacher, Closeup Shooting: A Guide to Closeup, Tabletop, and Macro Photography, was published in May 2007 by Rocky Nook.
For more information about the book and about Rocky Nook, see: www.rockynook.com.