Playing with early dawn sun

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Playing with early dawn sun

Postby iratrukton » Tue 19 Jan 2010, 20:42

Photos with the light from the side brings out shapes, textures and structures. That’s why early dusk are rich times to photograph.
With the light behind your object, you get some of the most dramatic visual effects … but exposure could be tricky to get right. Try it anyway!
When the sun is high and the light is hard, don’t fight it to try to get it all. Concentrate on exposing the bright parts properly and work with the shapes of shadows.
For light and shadow effects you need the sun, of course, but colours are often more intense on half-sunny or overcast days.

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