Most photographers shoot in abundant sunlight. The problem is, full sun creates harsh, unflattering shadows that undermine images; it may be time to reconsider the benefits of shooting in low light. In this volume, photographers will learn to analyse light and determine the best camera settings for creating captivating low-light images outdoors. Next - guided by Hummel's detailed text and illustrations - readers will learn how to use filters and camera-stabilising tools to enhance the technical quality of their shots.
Heather Hummel's photography spreads pixel dust on land and seascapes. Her photography has been on exhibit at Agora Gallery in the Chelsea District of New York City, C'ville Coffee in Charlottesville, VA and Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs, CO. She licenses her photos through ImageBrief.