Just a quick post for this one, supplementing our original Controlling the Direction of Light article, as we attempt to replicate moody, window light with a camera-mounted flash.

One of our many goals of controlling the direction of our light is to be able to replicate natural light without sacrificing shutter speed and/or noise. For artificial lighting, itís best to use an external light source thatís not mounted on the camera, but in many event coverage or casual home shooting, we donít have the luxury of whipping out our lighting equipment to simulate the mood and direction of natural window light, especially in small, tight quarters.

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