C reads to her sister, B, in her yet to learn to read imaginative language. At nine months and three years they are our future!
C was featured in "Single Focal Point" here https://52frames.com/albums/2021/week-6-single-focal-point/photo/enktesis
For all the time, money, and effort spent by pros in lighting their studios, it's often the humble window that shines through the best. Window light can be soft, harsh, warm, cool and many more things in between. It depends on the location of the window, time of day (or even night), how big the window is, and what you have in front of it. Windows are also excellent framing devices and work well to draw attention to your subject. While portraits are often the most common use of window light, the uniformity of light often makes for good product and food photography shots. Window light through curtains tends to be softer and diffused which adds uniformity to the lighting conditions - always a good thing. Versatility is the name of the game this week in terms of lighting conditions and we can't wait to see how you make the best of it! Extra Credit: Use a mirror.