All the elements we've been discussing will help you analyze the lighting of an image so that you can re-create the effect yourself. In many cases professional lighting is quite simple, with only one or two lights. It's the styling, makeup, model, and angle of light that make the image unique.
Check out Figures 7.12 through 7.15 and try to piece together the elements that make up the image. Can you determine the main lighting? You might want to read Chapter 9 first to become a bit more confident with the attributes of different light modifiers before continuing.
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