Inside Shot

Kolonia, Peter
July 2011
Popular Photography;Jul2011, Vol. 75 Issue 7, p46
The article offers tips on matching indoor and outdoor light sources in photography. Minneapolis photographer Andrea Rugg, who specializes in photographing architecture, used various lighting strategies to balance the light of a scene where both interior and exterior spaces were part of the picture. According to the author, Rugg needed to cover three subjects in one photograph, including the city in the distance, the sky and an apartment's interior. Rugg used strobes inside the apartment to balance the effect of the exterior lighting.


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