Lighting Asylum – Flash Photography eBook

Lighting problems plaguing you? Ever find yourself wishing you knew how to manipulate light more effectively? With the whole program designed to be the ultimate primer on photographic lighting, the Lighting Asylum eBook is more than just a “place your lights here” tutorial. This workbook helps the photographer understand what it takes to produce a well-lit photograph instead of a cookie-cutter type of approach.


Take Your Portrait Photography Further

Lighting Asylum eBook Cover

Included in this ebook are photography tips and techniques that test how well you know yourself as a photographer. Do you really want to get better? How well do you know your equipment? Can you take constructive criticism? These are just a few of the questions you will encounter in the book.

Flash Photography eBook Samples

Incorporating incredible new techniques into the ebook, the Lighting Asylum is a must-have for photographers who wish to learn more about lighting. Things like: What makes light soft? What is a stop of light? What does flash do for your photo …and why to even try and master it?

Flash Photography Session

Amateur photographers and even some professional photographers have never taken formal classes in lighting. Even more enthusiasts are unaware of the basics of good lighting and how to use it to create better photographs.


Natural Light vs. Artificial Light

Flash Photography Portraits

Natural light is magical in itself, but what happens when you simply have no other option but to shoot with artificial light? Would you be able to execute professional grade results if someone were to challenge you with flash photography? Learn all about bad light, soft lighting and why flash, strobes and reflectors can be your best friends!

Included in this ebook is a chapter on the 5 most important components of flash photography. Those who master these will not only be educated on how to use flash properly, they’ll also teach you new photography techniques that will drastically improve your final images.


Learn to Control Your Flash

Portrait Photography with Flash

The ebook’s objective is to help photographers understand lighting on a deeper level. Diagrams and lighting setups are incredibly helpful, but what happens once you are faced with an unusual situation? This flash photography ebook will help you get over that wall by explaining how apertures, shutter speed, ISO, flash, subject distance and flash power can affect your results.

If those terms sound foreign to you, don’t worry. These concepts will also be explained in the ebook, which makes it an all-in-one resource for both lighting and basic photography concepts. Several of the methods mentioned in Lighting Asylum have never been presented before!


Gain a Better Understanding

Sunset Flash Portrait Photography

Think of this workbook as a one-stop-shop for any and all things lighting. The hands-on learning approach is not only entertaining, it’s educational as well. By the time you’re done reading and practicing the techniques found in the workbook, you will gain a better understanding of your equipment, your craft, lighting and flash photography as a whole.

Many pros and advanced amateurs who have checked out Lighting Asylum have said they learned something they didn’t even know!

Every single photographer should know the fundamentals of flash photography, and this tutorial will get you there in no time flat!

This ebook is full of concentrated top-notch information and visuals, and is currently available for just $6.00!


What Kind of Format is this eBook in?

Lighting Asylum is a downloadable PDF ebook, which can be viewed on a number of devices – laptop and desktop computers, iPhone or Android devices, iPads, and other tablets.

For iPad specific users, you can download this ebook (or any pdf document) directly to iBooks, which will allow you to access it at any time. Click here for a very handy guide that shows you exactly how to put this book into your iBooks app.

This ebook can be found here: Lighting Asylum – Flash Photography eBook

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Attila Kun

Attila Kun

Attila is the founder and editor-in-chief of Exposure Guide. He is an avid photographer, graphic designer, bedroom DJ and devoted Mac addict. Attila got his first DSLR camera, a Canon 10D, back in 2003 and he has been hooked on photography ever since.