I was speaking in previous post about the kind of lighting used to make some pictures. In Photographical jargon (language) I tried to implement the Clair-Obscur.
Or also in english chiaroscuro :
1680–90; < Italian, equivalent to chiaro bright (< Latin clārus ) + oscuro dark (< Latin obscūrus ). See clear, obscure
the distribution of light and shade in a picture.
Painting. the use of deep variations in and subtle gradations of light and shade, especially to enhance the delineation of character and for general dramatic effect:
Rembrandt is a master of chiaroscuro.
Im not holding a lecture about lighting but it is a vital ingredient to compose a photo, to express more then what the eye sees, but adding some magic. Virtual Worlds are perfect to shape what you had envisioned a splendid medium far beyond reality, but for this exhibition/photos I tried to come as close to reality as possible. Enough talk for now :-)
more to come…