Pdf | - | Joe Farace | Eng | 156 Pages | 2006 | Isbn NO? | 12.76 Mb
Whenever my Uncle Benny walked into a room and flipped on the light switch, he always announced, "Let there be light." Sometimes he used a more witty approach and said, "Let me shed a little light on the subject."
Hey, it may be corny, but Uncle Benny was right about one thing: We photographers would be lost without light.
Technically speaking, when we take pictures we're recording visible light on a piece of film or a digital
i maging sensor. That's why it's important to closely observe a scene's lighting conditions before we
make a picture.
But what about invisible "light," such as infrared