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09.21.2015
 
 

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Lighting


Light variation

 
Translucidity - In situ, interior Chalet

Montain chalet, window retro lighted by night

 

The direction of the light invertes the whites and greys.

In the 1st example the paper is retro lit, in the second the lighting is frontal.

The dark parts are the thickest parts of the paper fibre. Light from the back transpierces the finer parts. The composition entitled Mont Fuji with the Moon is presented in its mold of fabrication. With frontal lighting the thick parts receive the light and are brought out.

In the case of a picture window, daylight transformes the outline of the motif in accordance with its variations . From morning to evening, according to the Sun's orientation from East to West, the tones pass from red to blue.

 

To summarize :

With frontal lighting, the thicker the paper the whiter the shade the light offers. Inversely the finer the paper the greyer the colour.

With retro lighting (from the back), the ticker the paper the grayer the shade and inversely.

However lighting can be at the same time frontal and retro, with artificial or natural light between one room and another.

Both daylight and artificial lighting offer during the course of a day subtle variations.




RETRO LIGHTING 

RETRO LIGHTING


 


FRONTAL LIGHTING

FRONTAL LIGHTING
 
 


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