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Whitney Museum Lighting © Vince Payavis

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How-To: Shooting in Existing Light

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How-To: Shooting in Existing Light
Text and Photos by Lynne Eodice

Some of the best photo opportunities present themselves in situations that would appear to pose lighting challenges, such as outdoors at dusk or dawn, or indoors with window light or artificial illumination. This how-to story provides tips on meeting these challenges without using flash.

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Tip From A Pro: by Larry Lytle

Rather than gather up virtual tips from various photo magazines, websites and blogs, and then regurgitate that information back to you in the form of a “tip” from DP, I’ve decided to seek out the best of the best in the professional photography world and have them deliver an authentic, hand-crafted tip especially for DP readers. To kick off our “Tip From A Pro” section, I’ve tapped Los Angeles photographer Larry Lytle to give you an in-depth how-to on studio lighting. Larry is a prolific commercial and fine art photographer. I’m sure you have seen his work, whether you knew it or not. One of his most notable commercial pieces was the poster for the “Psycho” remake in 1998, which he won a Hollywood Reporter Key Art Award for.

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