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Gobos and Modified Light

In photography, a GoBo or a “Go-Between Object” can be introduced to add contrast and interest to a flat scene by way of a shadow pattern. It is a subtractive device that cuts out light from the light source with opaque elements that create shadows on the background, floor or the subject itself.

A gobo can come in many different forms but the main goal is to add interest to the scene by introducing new areas of contrast in the form of shadows and light which can be carefully placed to stimulate the engagement of the viewer.

The pay is $75 and should take about 45 to 60 min. And get the pictures too. 

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