Light is the heart of photography. The camera does not see the image. For him, there are no lines, no shapes, no textures. A film or digital sensor is susceptible only to a stream of photons of a greater or lesser intensity projected by the lens on them.
Light is much more important than the subject, because, in essence, we are not able to see the subject as such, but only see the light reflected from it, which allows us to judge the properties of the subject. A novice photographer is looking for a subject for shooting, while an experienced photographer is hunting for light.
The problem is that both good (from a photographic point of view) and bad light are not always obvious to an unprepared eye. Our brain does an incredible job so that we can see the world around us in any light. People are used to this and forget that the camera is designed much more primitive than our vision, and this must be taken Continue reading