4 comments on “Something New

  1. Having to improvise with your lighting is a most valuable lesson and usually the one that stays with you when you do it on the fly, in the moment, when your plan (flash unavailable) forces you to dig down and work with natural light and shadow. Whether or not you ever post the photos, I bet you use some of those techniques and principles in your landscape work. Ω

    • The room had tinted windows, so natural light wasn’t really an option this time. I used a lamp without a shade on it, and a reflector. It did a decent job, but introduced a bit of color cast that I didn’t want. Lucky for me, I can make those images black and whites.

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