eBook: Flash for the Nature Photographer
Author: Greg Basco
As the culmination of over a decade of using flash from the tropical rainforest to the desert, Greg Basco poured his heart and soul into this project. He’s proud to bring you 350 pages covering the art, science, and technique of using flash for nature photography!
In this e-book, you’ll join Greg as he takes you through the simplest use of flash, fill-flash for bird photography, then on to flash for macro photography, and then all the way to complex multiple flash setups to light an entire scene. You’ll even learn how Greg uses flash for landscapes.
Complete with clear and engaging text, beautiful design, great photos, and easy to follow figures and diagrams, you’ll take pleasure in owning Flash for the Nature Photographer. Since it’s in easy to view PDF format, you can keep a copy on all of your devices to refer to it at home or out in the field.
In Flash for the Nature Photographer, you will find the answer to any question you might have. This e-book continued to grow every time a new flash question occurred to Greg! Want to know how to build an economical flash system that will grow with you no matter what camera system you use now or in the future? Ever wondered why shutter speed does not affect flash exposure? Interested in the minutiae of natural and flash catchlights? Want to know how to simply and quickly use the Inverse Square Law? What’s the difference between hard and soft light? And the difference between specular and diffused light? The answers to these and many other questions are included!
Greg’s goal is for you to gain a complete understanding of how flash works and how you can put it to use in your own nature photography so that you can express your artistic vision. By reading Flash for the Nature Photographer not only will you learn how to use flash but you will become a better student of natural light and simply a better photographer all around.
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About the author: Greg Basco is a resident Costa Rican professional nature photographer and environmentalist who enjoys a working relationship with Canon. He is a BBC/Veolia Wildlife Photographer of the Year and Nature’s Best Windland Smith Rice prizewinner, and his photos have been published by National Geographic, Outdoor Photographer, Newsweek, and other magazines and have been used in many books, public exhibits, calendars, and other projects.