Quote Originally Posted by walbergb View Post
I was keenly reading the thread "Books to read about lighting," but the thread seems to favour controlled lighting (probably why it was posted in the equipment/lighting forum). I'm primarily interested in available light. What book(s) on available light photography (for an analog photographer, of course) would you recommend? I've looked at a few online (e.g., Available Light: Photographic Techniques for Using Existing Light Sources by Don Marr), but most books favour ddddigital photography (there, I said it).
Because that's what most people shoot...

Haven't seen the newer revised edition but Lee Frost's 1999 The Complete Guide to Night and Low-light Photography is useful and possibly available used.