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The topic of this lesson is transforming a location through location, posing, and execution.
- How can you use blinds to create shadows in a photo?
You can put a flash behind the blinds to create a shadow on the wall.
- When should the model look directly at the camera and when should they look away?
If you want to create a strong connection with the viewer, have the model look directly at the camera. If you want to create a sense of detachment or mystery, have the model look away.
- How can you create interest and anticipation in a photo?
You can show a part of the subject but not the whole thing, or create a sense of mystery through angles, lighting, and elements in the scene.
- How can you transform a location to make it more interesting in a photo?
You can use elements in the scene, such as mirrors, walls, and furniture, to create interesting compositions and visual effects.
- How can you add depth and separation between elements in a photo?
You can use lighting techniques, such as backlighting or side lighting, to create separation and emphasize certain elements in the photo.