Don’t lit it all
Joe McNally wrote in his book “The Moment it Clicks” that one way to keep a persons interest when looking at your images is not to expose the whole photo with the same amount of light. He also wrote that “if the light falls let it fall in your favour” Well this is much easier said than than. Most of the time one must make use of strobe lights and all sort of tricks to sort it out.
But sometimes mother nature just helps you a little bit. In the next image of Kerry Mullin at the SA Short course Champs in Pietermaritzburg a beam of light shines through a opening in the roof and just gave this little beam of light on her face.
Taken with a Nikon D3 and a Nikon 400mm F2.8
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