In this informative video, veteran photographer Joe Edelman demonstrates the basics of photography lighting with a humble egg.
An egg is an excellent shape for experimenting with and studying lighting because the curved surfaces provide a nice clean gradient to study how the light wraps and falls as you move around the light source. Check out the video above to see Edelman’s full demonstration of the humble egg as a photography teaching tool.
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- Published 04/9/12