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- LIGHT COLOR
Determining the type of color you want to display on your image will greatly help you in choosing the right light to use and apply in shooting. Have you ever noticed a light that gives rise to a color that gives a soft and clear result to a photo? If so, then most likely it is caused by the color temperature that is generated on a light bulb. The color temperature of the light that arises, if measured using the Kelvin scale ranges from 2700 K – 6500 K, then that, if properly and properly utilized, will be very helpful in shooting. Using the Kelvin scale, helps you adjust the look and feel of your photo shoot.
- COLOR RENDERING INDEX (CRI) (LAMP COLOR INDEX)
The light research center states that CRI is a rating index commonly used to express how well the color of light is given to the illuminated object. The CRI (color rendering index) is measured on a scale of 1-100; the lower the value, the less accurate it is to describe the color caused in a light bulb. That is why, when you buy a light bulb, make sure to check the CRI to make sure that you get the best light bulb for the lighting effect you want.
- LIGHTS BALL
The best lighting for indoor shooting starts with choosing the best light bulb in shooting. The light bulb you choose depends on your choice of the effect of the color of the light you want in your photo shoot.
The following are 3 lighting points (3 lighting points) that are often used by every photographer to take pictures in the room.
- KEY LIGHT
In a dark room, the key light will be your main source of light in illuminating the subject. The key light will act as a ‘spotlight’ to replace the position of direct sunlight. Place the main lamp between 15 and 45 degrees to one side of your subject, either left or right depending on your wishes. This is to ensure that one side is illuminated while the other is packaged in the form of a shadow.
- FILL LIGHT
Unless you want to shoot your subject as often as possible, then you need additional light. The additional light is known as ‘fill light’, which is a light that is prepared to complement the main light. The fill light lends more light to your photo shoot. Besides that, the Fill light will make your subject more visible / visible, and soften the light emitted from the key light. This additional light (fill light) generally must be placed on the opposite side of the key light.
- BACK LIGHT
It is not surprising that the back light is placed behind your subject, because it is used to illuminate your subject from behind. The purpose of using this backlight is to complete the key light and fill light in creating bright lines around your subject and providing a sharp spotlight to provide a 3-dimensional appearance.