I love this review of my fourth book. The book has been out for a while but the review got posted ten days ago. Grateful writer!

5.0 out of 5 stars THE Book to learn all about photographic lighting equipment........June 14, 2013
Nancy Lemon (Forney, Texas) - See all my reviews
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I have long been a fan and once again, Kirk Tuck NEVER disappoints ....... if you're a newbie and 
want to learn all about the various photographic lighting equipment available, then this book is for 
you ........ if you're a seasoned photog and are in need of a bit of a refresher on lighting to get the 
creative juices flowing again this book is also for you....... Kirk style of writing is informal and very 
down to earth, one gets the feeling that he is talking to you like he would talk to a friend. 
He never seems to get bogged down with equipment rather he is teaching from his past experiences 
about the vast choices of lighting available today...... I especially love how he shows by example that 
one doesn't have to go out & spend allot of money on equipment...... in one section he shows how 
he is able to shoot portraits using portable construction lights & a shower curtain! I have always 
found his insight enlightening and entertaining....... This is a comprehensive book about all manner of 
lighting equipment with the exception the newest lighting option of LED...... fortunately, he's just 
released a book devoted to LED so if you want to learn about lighting equipment, buy this book & his 
newest on LED and you'll have a very rounded knowledge of the subject.
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This is my least talked about book. Nothing controversial, just an overview of lots of different devices to make light or make light better. And probably my favorite.

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