A camera works somewhat like the human eye, capturing reflected light from objects and through a camera lens and focusing those light rays into an image. Photographers control the camera and lens to “expose” the light recording material. Light that is in the reds , oranges and yellows is said to be “warm”, conversely, “cool” light is blue.
Lighting plays a crucial role in photography. Taking a good photo requires getting the right amount of light to the sensor or film. It can bring a photograph to life. For example natural light refers to sunlight/daylight. Natural light is less controllable, and it varies greatly depending on numerous conditions such as time of day, season, weather, and geographical location. Artificial light refers to all kinds of light sources, including fluorescent lights, electric lights, flash, and so on. Images are affected by different lighting conditions, setting up the desired lighting environment, adjusting your camera settings. The colour of a photo will affect emotional responses.