Nature often serves us splendid scenes, but with light that won‚’t cooperate with our camera‚’s and film‚’s abilities. Here‚’s how to bring those conditions under control.
By Rob Sheppard and Zachary Singer
Published March 1, 2004
Updated October 14, 2016
Let’s face it—the world isn’t built for the convenience of the photographer. We’ve all been to a location with a fine composition right in front of us, but the light makes the contrasts too extreme for us to capture it with the camera.
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