February 27, 2019

Captured by the Light has 83 ratings and 8 reviews. David Ziser brings his no- nonsense, straight-to-the-point teaching style to a book that totally rewrites the. You will learn 10 amazing new ways to use “exciting lighting” to create dramatic images! 10 of the best lens choices and camera settings to produce strikingly. I figured it was only fair enough I added a review of Captured By The Light by David A. Ziser into the small stack of book reviews at Photography.

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I was looking through my viewfinder and in just seconds I was witnessing the beginning of the Great Caotured Eclipse — Wow! Jun 14, Joe rated it liked it.

davix He covers every aspect of what today’s brides and wedding couples want from a wedding photographer, including poses that work every time and can’t-miss lighting setups you can use again and again, and everything is laid out in a brilliant step-by-step method that makes learning these techniques so easy, you’ll be able to pull off these same looks yourself without spending thousands on expensive equipment.

Shorty after that delay we were finally southbound and down…. It too was taken with a shorter mm or effectively mm on my Canon 7D Mk2.

Captured by the Light: The Essential Guide to Creating Extraordinary Wedding Photography

It should be a blast! Check out zuser hands-on review of this lens right here [link]. We introduced ourselves to each other and I quickly struck up a conversation. Return to Book Page. Actually the Happy Days have never really left — Life is good!


The lens just snapped into focus easily even at the longer focal lengths. Ianh rated it really liked it Apr 06, The crowds started to disperse.

How Close could I go? Here’s a photo of a stunning sunset on our first evening in Rotorua, NZ. However, the lighting diagrams and set-ups he uses are still useful for today’s photography. His info was invaluable and sure added to the success of our shoot.

David Ziser’s Captured by the Light Tour

Anyway, if you have even the slightest interest in the Galapagos trip drop myself or Kevin a line at our emails addresses above and let us know so we can at least get you on the waiting list. So that was our eclipse adventure and what an adventure it was. I know that sounds high and it was. Just 15 minutes into our trip Google Maps alerts us of a major traffic jam just north of Louisville, KY and directs us down to Lexington, KY and then west to the I corridor adding about 25 minutes to our drive time.

The moon was to touch the sun at I sure hope you are having a great summer. The moon continued it path across the sun and soon we could see the Baily Beads and Diamond Ring effect clearly this time without the clouds distracting from the scene.


It sure was looking that way. This year the Expo is being planned by my good friends Bert and Al Behnke.

To ask other readers questions about Captured by the Lightplease sign up. I’m heading up to Whistler Mountain in beautiful British Columbia, Canada tomorrow morning to join 21 of my photography buddies for a guys week of skiing, fine wine, and good food I’m the guest chef on Monday evening’s dinner.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. The food was fabulous the people in our group were wonderful. Space is super-duper limited – only 12 seats total! Also my thanks for all the folks that stopped by to look through my camera and snap a few of the images off my LCD screen.

Plus, the book is packed with David’s tricks of the trade that he’s picked up in a career shooting all over the world.

A few folks walking past noticed my camera setup and stopped by and asked if I got any good photos. Thus completing our three months of travels.