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Light and Shade

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Light and Shade Light and shade is fundamental to our sight: our eyes are able to detect very small differences in brightness levels in a scene.

Photographers can exploit this aspect of human sight to highlight a light subject against a darker background, and vice versa.

Variations in light and shade across a surface can convey a sense of form and texture.

DIG members' explorations of "Light and Shade" are shown below.

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Leaves in Sunlight
"Leaves in Sunlight"

Author: Barry Porter
Hurstville Seniors Computer Club
 

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Marcia McRae
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Margaret Barnett
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Barry Porter
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Ken McRae
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Sylvia Moores
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Pam Donnet
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Neil Schlosz
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Joyce Pickup
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Mary Daly
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Marilyn Richardson
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Robin Ireland
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Elaine Kosh
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Robin Dinham
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Geoff Turton
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Ian Chesterfield
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Lilly O'Brien