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The Master Light Guide for Storytelling Photographers

  1. DaniGirl says:

    The shot with the wineglass, and the little girl with the boardgame, and the fridge shot all made me re-think how I’m lighting, and reminded me that throwing the background into shadow is a really neat way to tell the story. Thanks for that!

  2. Mariana says:

    Hi Marie, thank you for sharing this post. It is so helpful!! I’m in my first year of learning photography. I came across your work at CreativeLive – your lessons on marketing were so helpful by the way! I’ve been searching for resources (books, workshops) that teach light specifically for documentary photographers, or, that would be helpful to apply in this genre. It is tough to find anything. I love your post because it gave some really great insights, but I’d love to go more in-depth. I mostly shoot indoors and I’m based in England, which means that I have little chance to incorporate in my images harsh shadows, golden light, etc. It is pretty much grey all of the time. But I’d still love to learn how I can make the most of the light we have down here, and play with mood, different exposures, etc. Do you have any books to recommend on lighting that are helpful for documentary photographers in general? Any photography books from a master or someone who is good with grey/indoor light that I could study their images? I just downloaded your epic free guide – I can’t wait to read it!

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