Pretty cool lighting effect. Can you tell me how you accomplished it? I got a DIY photo studio in my basement where (from the camera's perspective) the key light is on the right at about head level (4 500w Home Depot tungsten work lamps diffused with a white, semi-translucent shower curtain on a PVC piping frame), a fill light at foot level pointing up (1 300w tungsten work lamp diffused with same thing as key light), a hair light behind the subject to the left a bit (white chinese lantern from Ikea with tungsten filament bulb), and a background light to the right and slightly behind the subject aimed at the background curtain (crappy Ikea desk lamp with tungsten bulb). [Video Comparison] Magic Lantern Analog & Digital Gain Test
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Hey there, you sentimental sugarplums, Although the calendar year may be a bit arbitrary, a fresh January does provide us with a specified time to think over the last 365 days. I find that the Memory Bank is a great way to fondly recall and document our annual trip around the sun.