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Reacting to a preference in the marketplace for more natural, spontaneous-looking images, today's portrait photographers are spending less time in the confines of the studio. This has serious implications for creating professional-looking lighting. The key to success lies in controlling the existing light - being able to harness it, redirect it, shape it and intensify it. Fortunately, with the advent of digital photography it's never been easier. Here, Bill Hurter covers all the tools and techniques in using existing light to create great images.
Bill Hurter is a former news photographer who covered numerous sporting events and political scenes, including the Watergate hearings. He is the editor of Rangefinder magazine and the author of more than a dozen instructional books for professional photographers, including The Best of Wedding Photography, Group Photography Handbook, and The Portrait Photographer's Guide to Posing. He lives in West Covina, California.