László Moholy-Nagy, would have defined Corpron as having a "photocreative mind". Moholy-Nagy defined this type of photographer as one that "is focused on the control of the effects for photographic purposes rather than on the event itself..." Both Moholy-Nagy and Corpron were interested in exploring the originality of the photographic art form and creating unique images. Learning from Moholy-Nagy's efforts and from her good friend György Kepes, Corpron explored the poetry of light and how it revealed and modeled forms as well as its ability to create the illusion of space. Through unconventional methods, Corpron translated optical phenomenas into creative statements which revealed more than just the surface of her subjects (Sandweiss, Carlotta Corpron: Designor with Light). This and the following lot contain primary examples of her work during the 1940s.