Chasing the Light has ratings and 10 reviews. Meds said: this book by. Ibarionex Perello. · Rating details · ratings · 10 reviews. Light. It’s the most. I went on a photo walk with Ibarionex Perello yesterday! Well, not exactly, but after watching his DVD Chasing the Light: Photography and the Practice of Seeing. Chasing the Light is not just a ‘how-to’ book, it’s an inspiration! I became familiar with the author, Ibarionex Perello, while listening to hours of his podcast The.

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Refresh and try again. Their conversation makes the photo walk very interesting, and actually engages the viewer as though they are with them.

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Thanks to him, I discovered dozens of amazing photographers, some famous and some unknown. The Camera the Exposure and. Whether the lens is turned to people, wildlife or the landscape, it is the creative use of light that transforms a snapshot into a photograph. I went on a photo walk with Ibarionex Perello yesterday! I have read this book twice and i will read it again. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

He brings his palpable passion and personal approach rooted in decades of experience, and reveals his honed techniques for controlling focus, exposure, white balance, and sharpness to create beautiful and impactful photographs.

What a book, well casing. An instructor at BetterPhotos. Improving your photography with available light are both available through Amazon. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. With over 25 years of experi Light. Through the several photographs in the book, you get a clear sense that Ibarionex has a strong interest in high contrast lighting.


With examples of close-up photography and minimalist images, the author explains how he composes his shots according to his emotional response to the scene or object.

Chasing the Light: Improving Your Photography with Available Light

Light and the Small Details. Amazing a must read for all photographers. Jan 24, Pakai pight it it was amazing. I would recommend this to photographers that feel they have reached a road block and are looking for a different way of looking for subjects.

Chasing the Light: Improving Your Photography with Available Light by Ibarionex Perello

No trivia or quizzes thr. By developing the way photographers “see” light, “Chasing the Light “aids them to make the connection between the camera and their own eye. In” Chasing the Light, “he brings his palpable passion to the subject as he guides the reader through many scenarios–landscape, close-up, portraits–using his principle of seeing and evaluating the light and then using the right features and controls on the camera to make the most of it. This book was amazing.

Goodreads helps you keep track of oerello you want to read. Yi Zhang rated it really liked it Lerello 28, He is the host and producer of the popular podcast The Candid Frame. Ronaldo Ferraz rated it it was ok Oct 19, Iwona Rainer rated it it was amazing Feb 14, I liked the shooting information that came with each photograph in book. I think it is a must read as I said for anyone that has a strong, passionate i This book was amazing.


Chasing the Light: Photography and the Practice of Seeing by Ibarionex Perello ~ DVD Review

We watch him examine the bench from all angles, taking his time until he finds the right combination of elements to create something interesting to shoot. For anyone that has a strong interest in photography, this book would definitely help you to see through your lens and paint pictures with much for beauty with light.

In an industry so filled with obsession over gear, ” Chasing the Light” removes much of that from the discussion and returns the reader to a basic, yet inspirational, conversation about leveraging light to take evocative photographs. This technique involves finding a stage or spot on the street with all the right elements and then patiently waiting for the right person to walk by.

I have written several articles on this subject and have encouraged photographers to do this type of exercise as a way to improve their creativity and learn to see a familiar environment with fresh eyes.

I have a renewed appreciation of light! Scott Wood rated it really liked it May 28, His goal is to teach photographers of all levels how to use available light in creative ways in order to make more powerful images. He is also an instructor of photography at BetterPhoto.

Again, great information, but it’s just not my style.

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