Light Painting: Understand the Angle of Incidence ImageHarold Ross This short video discusses one of the six lighting principles Harold Ross teaches during his light painting workshops. This principle is: The Angle of Reflection is Equal to the Angle of Incidence. The video demonstrates that changing the angle of the light is sometimes needed to achieve certain reflections. You may also like-Night series: An insight into the Harold Ross light painting technique and tips (PART I) Read…
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Starting with her head facing toward the camera, the light starts up top and slightly behind her right side. The light circles around her and ends on her left side(The green arrow represents the light direction). Then the light repeats the circling motion but at a lower angle. The circling ends once it has reached well below her face.
Nice lighting reference on the hands. Shows light shining through as well as shadow. - The Art Resource:
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