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  • 1. LIGHTING By:Jaylan Jenkins and Han pho
  • 2. Direction of Light The direction of light is important because of shadows ,specifically those that are visible from camera position. Before you shoot take a moment to consider your alternatives Directions of light affects shadows
  • 3. Controlling Light Size of the lens or the aperture openly controls the brightness of the light The aperture size is indicated by its f-number or f-stop The direction of light and its degree of diffusion affect the extent and intensity of the shadows, the reveal texture, and suggest volume Available light is the light that already exist in a scene Artificial light is the light you bring to a scene ( Electronic flashes and other flash units)
  • 4. Diffusion Diffusion affects the quality of light Diffused light scatters onto the subject from many different directions Direct light creates hard edged light shadows Directional-diffused light is partially direct with some diffused or scattered rays
  • 5. Outdoor and Indoor light On an overcast day, at dusk, or in the shade, the light will be diffused and soft Available light indoors can be flat depending on the source of light Light indoors is often relatively dim
  • 6. Lighting with flash Flash units provide a convenient means of increasing the light, indoors or out The burst of light from an electronic flash is very brief Flash must be synchronized with the cameras shutter The easiest way to light a scene with flash is with direct flash on camera Manually controlled flash units emit a fixed amount of light