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Light Falloff and the Inverse Square Law – Part II

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Photo by Andrew Litsch. We can tell by the soft transition of light to shadow that he is using a  light modifier and the light source is rather close…probably just outside of the frame.

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We are back with more lighting action! This is the continuation of yesterday’s article where we saw how light works through fun examples. By now you surely have a greater understanding of things, but if you are still craving for more info, this second part of the series might blow your mind. Lots of numbers and math, and even a couple videos. But don’t worry, I’ll break everything down so you can understand it even easier.

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