Photography 101: The Quality of Light

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Last week, photographer Wenjie Zhang introduced the fundamentals of light, talked about exposure (shutter speed, aperture, and ISO), and set us loose with some simple exercises to experiment with light.

Today, he discusses the quality and direction of different types of light, as well as shadows and highlights, and sprinkles quick tips throughout for those of you who want to hone your skills. We wrap up the light discussion with exercises for practice and experimentation, no matter your level. Let’s dive in!

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7 responses to “Photography 101: The Quality of Light

  1. Pingback: Photography 101: The Fundamentals of Light | Wind Against Current

  2. Thanks for sharing Vlad. Awe inspiring!

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  3. Very interesting blog, well worth a read even if you think you know it.

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  4. Pingback: Photography 101: The Rules and Elements of Composition | Wind Against Current

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