Victor Skrebneski shot this image of Diana Ross for the cover of her 1977 album, Baby It's Me. "I left the light in the frame because people always ask 'what kind of light do you use'," says Skrebneski. "So I figured I'd leave it in so that everyone could see how the lighting was done." Some of the most classic shots ever done are with just a single light source and the white seamless or a muslin cloth. Lets take a walk in the Supermodel era and before, to study some of the greatest legends use their favourite light.