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WORK WITH BACKLIGHT IN THE STUDIO

Rim lighting is a creative way to make use of backlighting in the studio. In short, backlighting describes the white outline or halo of light created from a light source that’s positioned behind or aimed toward the side of a subject.

You’ll see rim light all the time out on location, whenever someone steps in front of the sun; the result is a vibrant wash of

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