Don’t Light As Cartooned

January 20, 2011 § 2 Comments

"Figure 125 - The best single suggestion for good lighting is: DON'T do it as cartooned." Click to see larger version.

Good lighting requires simplicity. The least number of lamps possible should be employed. The greatest intensity should be directed at or near the center of the area of interest. The major lighting recommendation is summarized in Figure 125.

From “Clinical Photography – A Kodak Data Book” © Eastman Kodak Company, 1972.

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