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Light I—Found or Ambient Light

Lecture no. 6 from the course: Fundamentals of Photography

Light I—Found or Ambient Light

Taught by Professor Joel Sartore | 38 min | Categories: Hobby & Leisure

In this first lecture on one of the two building blocks of photography, learn how to tap into the power of ambient light, which isn’t created in a studio but is found around you. Look at how you should adjust your camera to make the most of found light, and learn the best kind of ambient light to shoot in and why. Explore front lighting, hatchet lighting, and even zebra lighting.

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