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Light III—Introduced Light

Lecture no. 8 from the course: Fundamentals of Photography

Light III—Introduced Light

Taught by Professor Joel Sartore | 35 min | Categories: Hobby & Leisure

Mr. Sartore discusses a tricky type of light: man-made (or introduced) light. You’ll learn tips for manipulating different sources of light (including firelight, car taillights, reflectors, and spotlights). Also, you’ll start to see your camera’s flash setting as not a pesky button but a powerful tool for creating breathtaking effects in your photography.

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