Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Photography and lighting.

Photo by: Jessy kigen


"Where light and shadow fall on your subject - that is the essence of expression and art through photography" jessy kigen 

Light is more than just how bright or dark it is; it’s also the key to the look, mood and atmosphere of your images. The direction of the light will affect how the shape and texture of your subject appears, while the colour and how soft or harsh the light is can totally change a shot’s appearance.

The picture above was shot inside a train wagon, A model was sited in a coach where  natural light was coming from the window..

There is something beautiful and incredibly engaging about photos that have been shot in natural light. The natural light of the sun can create stunning colors spanning the whole spectral range, something that just can’t be achieved with artificial lighting. Learning to harness the power and light of the sun in your photographs is a fantastic technique for taking your photography to the next level.
Playing with natural light in your photographs will likely take a bit of practice and of course, experimentation. You will need to learn how your camera handles natural light, and begin to understand what settings work best for you. But we’ve put together a few digital photography tips to get you started shooting in natural light. - See more at: http://thebeginnerslens.com/digital-photography/photography-tips-for-shooting-in-natural-light.html#sthash.IjAVxaEs.dpuf
 There is something beautiful and incredibly engaging about photos that have been shot in natural light. The natural light of the sun can create stunning colors spanning the whole spectral range, something that just can’t be achieved with artificial lighting. Learning to harness the power and light of the sun in your photographs is a fantastic technique for taking your photography to the next level.

Using shadows to create a mood on your photos----
You already know that shadows can give a photo dimension and become part of the subject of your photograph. But did you know that shadows also create a “mood” in your photo. A photo that is heavy with shadows, where there is more shadow than light creates a dark, intense, or even ominous mood. - 

your photos is a technique that is best practiced with outdoor shooting, you can also use natural light to your advantage when shooting inside. Using the natural light from a nearby window can create dramatic effects.  The photo above you can easy tell the mood of the model and the effect that was created just from the direction of the light from the window,  mostly dark photograph automatically conveys a sense of looming terror.

Try use natural light and experience stunning effect in your subject, best time early at the dawn and when the sun sets...perfect moment i call it the "Golden Moment"...am out......#slickphoto#photography....My story there life's ..share out the post.......Article by: Jessy Kigen
A mostly dark photograph automatically conveys a sense of looming terror - See more at: http://www.digital-photo-secrets.com/tip/1546/how-lighting-affects-the-mood-of-your-photos/#sthash.AbKJcPda.dpuf
You already know that shadows can give a photo dimension and become part of the subject of your photograph. But did you know that shadows also create a “mood” in your photo. A photo that is heavy with shadows, where there is more shadow than light creates a dark, intense, or even ominous mood. - See more at: http://thebeginnerslens.com/digital-photography/photography-tips-for-shooting-in-natural-light.html#sthash.IjAVxaEs.dpufA mostly dark photograph automatically conveys a sense of looming terror -
There is something beautiful and incredibly engaging about photos that have been shot in natural light. The natural light of the sun can create stunning colors spanning the whole spectral range, something that just can’t be achieved with artificial lighting. Learning to harness the power and light of the sun in your photographs is a fantastic technique for taking your photography to the next level.
Playing with natural light in your photographs will likely take a bit of practice and of course, experimentation. You will need to learn how your camera handles natural light, and begin to understand what settings work best for you. But we’ve put together a few digital photography tips to get you started shooting in natural light. - See more at: http://thebeginnerslens.com/digital-photography/photography-tips-for-shooting-in-natural-light.html#sthash.IjAVxaEs.dpuf

There is something beautiful and incredibly engaging about photos that have been shot in natural light. The natural light of the sun can create stunning colors spanning the whole spectral range, something that just can’t be achieved with artificial lighting. Learning to harness the power and light of the sun in your photographs is a fantastic technique for taking your photography to the next level.
Playing with natural light in your photographs will likely take a bit of practice and of course, experimentation. You will need to learn how your camera handles natural light, and begin to understand what settings work best for you. But we’ve put together a few digital photography tips to get you started shooting in natural light. - See more at: http://thebeginnerslens.com/digital-photography/photography-tips-for-shooting-in-natural-light.html#sthash.IjAVxaEs.dpuf
There is something beautiful and incredibly engaging about photos that have been shot in natural light. The natural light of the sun can create stunning colors spanning the whole spectral range, something that just can’t be achieved with artificial lighting. Learning to harness the power and light of the sun in your photographs is a fantastic technique for taking your photography to the next level.
Playing with natural light in your photographs will likely take a bit of practice and of course, experimentation. You will need to learn how your camera handles natural light, and begin to understand what settings work best for you. But we’ve put together a few digital photography tips to get you started shooting in natural light. - See more at: http://thebeginnerslens.com/digital-photography/photography-tips-for-shooting-in-natural-light.html#sthash.IjAVxaEs.dpuf

There is something beautiful and incredibly engaging about photos that have been shot in natural light. The natural light of the sun can create stunning colors spanning the whole spectral range, something that just can’t be achieved with artificial lighting. Learning to harness the power and light of the sun in your photographs is a fantastic technique for taking your photography to the next level.
Playing with natural light in your photographs will likely take a bit of practice and of course, experimentation. You will need to learn how your camera handles natural light, and begin to understand what settings work best for you. But we’ve put together a few digital photography tips to get you started shooting in natural light. - See more at: http://thebeginnerslens.com/digital-photography/photography-tips-for-shooting-in-natural-light.html#sthash.IjAVxaEs.dpuf