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Light and Shadows

shad·ow
SHadō/
noun

1. a dark area or shape produced by a body coming between rays of light and a surface.

Students control angle and qualities of light to impact their compositions via shadows rather than focusing on the physical subject matter they photograph. Shadows may be the focal point and an important element creating a unique balance within the composition while also strongly impacting the mood of a piece without digital manipulation.

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