How to Set Up Photography Lighting for a Home Studio by Amber Richards

#1 Bestseller in its category for months. My biggest mover 4 star rating

How to set up photography lighting for a home studio

How to Set Up Photography Lighting for a Home Studio

This book descriptively details subjects related to a basic photo studio setup in the comfort of your home. It is geared for beginner users wanting to learn more. It contains information about how to use continuous studio lighting, how to use strobe lighting photography, as well as techniques that enable you to control the lighting as you wish. Having a controlled environment makes for beautiful photos, and gives more options for creativity as well. 

This is valuable for anyone who also simply wants to take better quality 
family or pet photos. It would make a useful reference guide for product 
photography as well. If you sell products on eBay or a similar venue, 
great looking photos are a must to get your products sold. Proper lighting 
is a key issue! 

This book also contains information about home photography studio setups and 
discusses how you can make adjustments to create the best blend of lighting and 
colors. In a nutshell, this is everything that a beginning photographer needs to 
understand how to setup your own photography studio at home.

Genre: PHOTOGRAPHY / General

Secondary Genre: PHOTOGRAPHY / Techniques / Lighting

Language: English

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Word Count: 8650

Sales info:

#1 Bestseller in its category, 4 star rating.  I usually sell 100 - 150 copies of the ebook per month.  

I will be also making this into a paperback edition through Babelcube (hopefully more commissions for your work you do once), and will set up a landing page for this book and promote it (as with all my books)

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Already done in English, Spanish, Japanese and French.


Sample text:

Introduction

 

This book is intended for the beginner or hobbyist photographer, wanting to learn more about lighting, to include perhaps setting up a small home studio.  When I was just starting out and a total newbie to photography, at times I found the learning curve quite frustrating.  Although there are many excellent resources out there, I found personally at the ver beginner levels, that many of the books, resources and tutorials, were simply over my head.  Once I got more basic knowledge under my belt, I could then understand what they were communicating.  The authors seemed to assume I knew more than I did, and key building blocks were missed. 

 

You'll find early on in this book that there will be images of lighting components as well as what each piece of equipment is called, with a short description of what it is.  If you already know this, you may want to skip that portion.  When I started out,  it would be been very helpful for me to see these in order to visualize what technology specifically was being referred to, so my hope is that it will provide value to some readers.

 

In the past few years or so, there have been many people who have gotten into photography as a hobby.  One reason for this is the DSLR or the Digital SLR cameras, which are easily available, affordable and take great quality pictures.  The shutterbug can be quite contagious as one begins to master new techniques.  It is also a challenging hobby as well since there is always more to learn.


Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

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Dutch
Already translated. Translated by Ynze Bakker
French
Unavailable for translation.
Italian
Already translated. Translated by Eugenia Franzoni
Japanese
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Portuguese
Already translated. Translated by Josiane Prado
Spanish
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