Posted 30 July 2006 - 11:20 AM
And going the other way, could you employ this technique from lights in shot in BG that would register unexposed at the incident of the subject yet yield a rim/ liner light?
I like to comprehend the science of it fully to utilize the benefits.
Graeme (My apologies, I don?t thank anyone at the end of my threads as I do not wish people to waste their time thinking a new reply has been added. I do appreciate participant?s candour, knowledge and advice).
Posted 30 July 2006 - 08:03 PM
Posted 31 July 2006 - 01:27 AM
I experiment, I hold my fist up towards a window, I am deep in a room. My fist does not register a liner. I move the fist away to the right of the window so directly behind my fist is the wall. I can now see a liner. Holding now my head and fist in the same position (same angle, head, fist relative to window), I slide my body across so my fist comes back across the window. The liner disappears just as the fist comes across the window. Why is it so?
In understanding this I imagine I could utilize it. A back light may not be necessary if the angle of back ground practicals in shot though not throwing sufficient light to give much exposure (which would make them sit well, not blown out), will in fact give separation through the use of its liner.
My apologies Mr. Mullen if I over analyse certain elements, but understanding gives me peace of mind.
Posted 31 July 2006 - 01:50 PM