#06 Natural light. “Wherever there is light, one can photograph.”

And no photographs taken with the aid of flash light, either, if only out of respect for the actual light – even when there isn’t any of it. —Henri Cartier-Bresson – “The Decisive Moment”

“Wherever there is light, one can photograph.”
– Alfred Stieglitz

Weird lighting is precisely what makes photography interesting! Back lights, point lights, blurry images, all of these evoke strong emotions, and most are totally obscured with unnatural fills and flashes (caveat: unless the objective is only clarity and sharpness, then of course moody lighting would be a fail. But i say embrace the light whatever it is.)

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