almost a decade ago my mentor once said to me to used whatever light that is available to you. Honestly I have no idea what that means back then, but I pretended that I understands him, boy I was so naive and gullible. We were discussing about What's the best possible light to a photograph? I was brought up to understand how natural light works and how do they communicate each other. So when it comes to the best light, People was stressing about natural light, natural light and natural light. My mentor however says to me, Natural light and available light they're both good but the best light is whatever light that is available to you. I was blown away, honestly I do not know how to react. After almost years of training and exploring lights, I somehow understands the what my mentor actually wants me to see. It's a little difficult to explains the technique, but the best way to understands it is by showing, Which I'm glad to share over practical perhaps? The photograph that I'm sharing today, reminds me of a movie scene sets up in the back alley with just a lamp post illuminating them, the silhouette figure creates the mystery which depicts the curiosity.