Zenfolio | lisa rigazio photography | Photo 52: Project Light | exploring diffused light-2

Photo 52: Project Light | exploring diffused light-2

May 12, 2013  •  7 Comments

Welcome to week 36 of the Photo 52: Project Light blog circle where this month we are exploring diffused light. As I mentioned last week, I have found this topic a challenge since I am generally more drawn to dramatic lighting. But as I play I am finding that this soft light can be very nice for capturing details and rendering the whole scene to better tell a story.

Photo 52: Project Light is a collaborative year long project I am working on with several other talented photographers. To see all of our submissions for this week just follow the links at the bottom of each blog post. (For more information on Project Light click on my premier post.)

Next click on over to the blog of my friend Cheryl Sawyer and check out her play on diffused light. Fun facts: Cheryl and I are both native Jerseyites, moms to two beautiful girls and members of the monthly blog circle called PUSH that we premiered earlier this month. (check out the archives for info) After Cheryl, please continue around the blog circle to see all of our plays with light.


Erica Goldman(non-registered)
The texture and detail on his feet are amazing! Black and white is perfect.
Erica Collins(non-registered)
I love how you captured her dusty little toes. The details are incredible and your pp on these are perfection. Great series!!!
Lovely soft light is perfect for those lovely shoulders and precious toes!
Julie M(non-registered)
Lisa I love this series - your choice to convert to B&W really draws me in. Especially the first one - I love that mop of hair! While I love the toes I think that one is my favorite. I can really feel her concentration and effort in drawing on the wall. The lighting is so gorgeous here.
Sarah Davis(non-registered)
Lisa you captured such amazing detail in these. I think this is some of your best work. So sharp, so clean, perfect b/w conversions. My favorite though, if I had to pick, is #1. Just the right amount of vignette to draw your focus into a child's imaginative world. Stunning trio!
No comments posted.