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May 2017 - Level 2 Photography Assignment - Top Light

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    Default May 2017 - Level 2 Photography Assignment - Top Light

    Hi everyone,

    This month's level 2 photo assignment is 'Top light
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    Okay then who will post first?
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    ruins1 by Chris Campbell, on Flickr
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    I'd been wondering what Top Light was exactly. Thanks for the great example.
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    Top light is any light from the top.
    In this case it's from the top-back, and it has created a striking image for sure. Well done!
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    This isnt what I was planning for this assignment, but when I saw this scene I thought of AT's photo above and thought that perhaps crepuscular rays may also fit?

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    yup works great! everything works here!
    I call this type of light God light, but you can use your fancy science. I bet you even use zippers in your parts.
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    What is this god of which you speak? Just showing my rationalist ,scientific bent (although I had the check the spelling of crepuscular)

    No, I only have zippers in my pants - definitely not in my parts
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