Al­ter win­dow dis­tance

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Win­dow light is soft be­cause day­light pours through a fairly large open­ing, and the size of the light source de­ter­mines how soft the light is. But we can con­trol the light to a de­gree by mov­ing the sub­ject. If she’s close to the win­dow, the light source is larger in re­la­tion to the sub­ject so it’s softer and fills out the shad­ows. But move her fur­ther away and the light source be­comes smaller in re­la­tion to the sub­ject, so the light gets harder and more di­rect.

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