ALEX : Light

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Ben Sasso // Alex Noiret // Indoor Natural Light

In most aspects of life, I’d say it’s probably best to stay away from whatever scares you but art’s a bit different. As a photographer, hard light kinda scares me. As an introvert, connection scares me and excites me. This set is me trying to make sense of both. Trying to make friends with my monsters.

Edited with my Heck Yeah Presets (Bright 3)!

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tip:

If you're shooting hard spotty light (or anything even if you aren't), a general rule when shooting digital is to meter for the brightest thing you want to keep texture in (in this case, the light spots) and underexpose that slightly. If you accidentally overexpose something, that detail will be lost forever. In the most general sense, it's typically safe to underexpose on digital and it's typically safe to overexpose film.
  1. Reply

    LOve these! great composition, and the light so natural and simple!

  2. Reply

    Beautiful, ben. YouR work is always so inspirational. Thank you.

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