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Old 1st of October 2008 (Wed)   #16
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Default Re: Lighting

Okay Bieber, I may have my terminology wrong but I think what I'm trying to say is sound. Below are two images with the same aperture and ISO. The only difference being the shutter speed. You can see that the one with the slower shutter speed lets the light 'spread' far enough to hit the gray paper 8ft back and make it lighter than the other photo.

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