I am looking for a book to learn the basics of lighting. I am NOT new to photography (I perfectly understand ISO, shutter speed, aperture and exposure for ambient light) but I am a bit clueless when it comes to flash photography and more advanced lighting technics. I don't want a general book about photography with a few chapters about lighting. I want a more specific book that covers the following: - Basics about flash photography (the technical side) - Use of a single Speedlight (on and off camera) - Use of several Speedlights - Use of more advanced technics (strobes, continuous lighting...) Ideally, the book will be easy to read with a lot of pictures (which don't like they were taken in the 70s or 80s) and possibly contain some kind of exercises/assignments to get some practice. I had a look through 'Light-Science and Magic: An Introduction to Photographic Lighting' but it looks like it is a bit hard to read. If I cannot find something more accessible I'll buy it. Also, do not recommend 'Lighting for Dummies' (if such a thing exists); I hate these books. Any online resources would be also useful (I am already aware of the Strobist blog and found it interesting) but I would prefer a book.