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BROAD LIGHTING - Broad lighting occurs when the main light illuminates the side of the subject's face that is turned toward the camera.
The BROWNIE is the original consumer camera, developed by George Eastman in 1888.
BROWNIE - Brand name of Kodak's first consumer box cameras.


broad lighting-Filming a subject while focusing a higher level of light on the area that is closest to the camera.
buffer-Memory in the camera which stores digital photos before they are written to the memory card.

Broad Lighting
Conventional portraiture often positions the model in a pose such that their bodies are not facing the camera directly, but are turned to one side or the other.

-Broad lighting - portrait lighting in which the main light source illuminates the side of the face closes to the camera.
-Brometching - obsolete, special method of producing a bromide print. The result acquired the texture of its support and appeared similar to an etching.

Broad Lighting
However, with any rule there are exceptions, but usually only when this is in keeping with the spirit of that rule.

For broad lighting, the catch light should be approximately in the 11 o'clock position. The main light for short lighting should create a catch light at approximately the 1 o'clock position.

In other words, broad lighting is when the more exposed side of the face is facing toward the main light.The broad-lighting position is very useful, but not so popular as the short position.

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It is easy to change the lighting mode to broad lighting by accidentally moving the key light in relation to the subject, but even more so, by the subject subtly changing poses. It only takes a small movement in the wrong direction to affect the desired outcome.

When used in the traditional position, umbrellas produce indirect, bounced light that may require more flash output from the light source you’re using. Because umbrellas produce broad lighting, they are easier for beginners to use.

See also: See also: Camera, Subject, Lighting, Photography, Photograph

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