Available light

(see: Existing light )
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Available light

The light that is present in a scene, either indoors or out, that is not added by the photographer. Also called ambient light or existing light.
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Available Light

Available light is the amount of lumination that is present or provided by natural or artificial means. Most often it is used in reference to the natural light present and often has a direct effect on camera dispositions, mood and continuity. (Also see artificial light.)
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Available light

In photography and cinematography, available light or ambient light refers to any source of light that is not explicitly supplied by the photographer for the purpose of taking photos. The term usually refers to sources of light that are already available naturally (e.g. the sun, moon, lightning) or artificial light already being used (e.g. to ligh...
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Available Light

Term applying to light normally occurring in a scene, not supplemented by illumination intended spec
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