Gregory Gross

Light

At its most fundamental level, photography means “writing with light.” How a camera sees light—the reflection of light off a variety of surfaces, the stark contrast that can sometimes exist between highlights and shadows, and the overall interaction of light with an object or a scene—deeply fascinates me.

Reflections off window glass. Canon EOS M50 with Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar 58mm f/2 lens, ISO 200, 1/160 sec.
Reflections off window glass. Canon EOS M50 with Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar 58mm f/2 lens, ISO 200, 1/160 sec.
Park bench at a pond. Canon EOS M50 with Nikkor-H 50mm f/2 lens, ISO 200, 1/500 sec.
Park bench at a pond. Canon EOS M50 with Nikkor-H 50mm f/2 lens, ISO 200, 1/500 sec.
Late afternoon shadows cast by a park bandshell. Canon EOS M50 with Nikkor-H 50mm f/2 lens, ISO 200, 1/250 sec.
Late afternoon shadows cast by a park bandshell. Canon EOS M50 with Nikkor-H 50mm f/2 lens, ISO 200, 1/250 sec.
Sunlight in a park setting. Canon EOS M50 with Meike 35mm f/1.7 lens, ISO 200, 1/200 sec.
Sunlight in a park setting. Canon EOS M50 with Meike 35mm f/1.7 lens, ISO 200, 1/200 sec.
Eggs in afternoon sunlight. Canon EOS M50 with Meike 35mm f/1.7 lens, ISO 200, 1/3200 sec.
Eggs in afternoon sunlight. Canon EOS M50 with Meike 35mm f/1.7 lens, ISO 200, 1/3200 sec.
Sunlight and plant. Canon EOS M50 with Meike 35mm f/1.7 lens, ISO 100, 1/3200 sec.
Sunlight and plant. Canon EOS M50 with Meike 35mm f/1.7 lens, ISO 100, 1/3200 sec.

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