“Take a lovely little trot with your half-heels around the fun in the sun in this video and let loose your eyeballs at the cross-light of the stills.”
“But when you introduce a second flash which means a third light source you get the ability to cross-light and fill at the same time.”
“This is also ideal for receptions where I cross-light the dance floor, shoot perpendicular to my main lights, and use on-camera to fill.”
“Some day, I'll sweet talk my wife into getting me a second power pack and another Pocket Wizard to cross-light events.”
“The ideas do not cross-light each other, but remain relatively isolated.”
“Under the cross-light of retreating day and incandescent globes, the parade of women, all in bright-colored silks and gauds, moved solid, unbroken.”
“She believed in what she had seen there, but she did not care to disturb that belief, and she saw that Mrs. Slade's mirror over her white and yellow draped dressing table stood in a cross-light.”
“Even that pitiless light of early morning, the merciless cross-light of opposing windows, was gentle with her.”
“The light of which many women are afraid, the cross-light of double windows on the morning after a night of dancing, had no terrors for her.”
“Figaro, in his hiding-place, listening and suspecting her of awaiting the Count's arrival, throws a cross-light on the situation, which, however, only receives its full dramatic signification by reason of the truth of Susanna's expression of feeling.”
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