Month: September 2011

The Position of Light

The distance of the light source to the subject has a tremendous impact on illuminating your photograph. The relationship (called the inverse square law) of how quickly light changes (falls off) means a light source placed closer to its subject

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The Angle of Light

One of the continuing themes I will blog about is the variety of techniques to control light using strobes/flashes. These techniques typically originate from The StrobistĀ  but other sources are occasionally used in order to expanded and further define a

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Silhouette

As you can see Abe is silhouetted against a bright orange orb. Abe, a wonderful model, never drops his guard when a snack is at his reward.   There were severalĀ  techniques at play during the shoot. First the flash

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