Lesson 3/Learning Event 6
f. A silhouette effect (no shadow detail of a back lighted scene can be
produced by using a diaphragm opening approximately one full f/stop smaller
than the f/stop required for the basic from light exposure for the scene.
For example, if the basic front light exposure is f/16, use r/22 to produce
a silhouette of the back lighted subject.
3. Color and Shades of Objects in a Scene. Not all the light which falls
upon the surface of an object is reflected.
A brilliant white object
reflects a great percentage of light while a deep-black object reflects vary
little of the light between these two extremes are the numerous tones of
gray and the visible colors in their various hues and brightnesses.