3 Point Lighting

I’ve been taking pictures all my life without realizing the many components to take into consideration. 3 Point Lighting is used mainly in studio, where the subject is illuminated with light in different angles to support every pose and makes the different pictures unique. The key light, or the main light is shined directly on the subject. By using the triangle method, the shadows and the light create a unique shape on the face. Broad Lighting is used by placing the on the side of the face, which produces a highlight on the subject. The majority of the face is lit up and the face is totally clear and visible. The last light setting is the fill light. It was a bit odd using at first but I saw the difference in the reflectors use. The subject was captured with a brighter light which looked way better than without

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