FREE Photoshop tips for Photographers:
Jibz Free Photography Tips
When using natural light, understand the time of day, where the sun is and the shadows. Shooting just after sunrise and just before sunset is most pleasing when the sun creates the warmed toned light. By keeping the sun somewhere to your left or right shoulder creates a beautiful cast on the subject. A beautiful indoor light setting is window light. Having the subject lit by a one directional light source coming in through a window creates a natural drama or mood.
Shooting at high noon, when the sun is directly overhead casts the harshest shadows on the subject and creates a contrasty image. If it is necessary to photograph at this time of day with the sun directly overhead, move the subject into a shadowed space or sheltered area away from the harsh light. Be aware of open shaded areas. Mottled contrasty light on a subject is distracting, as that which is created from the sun shining through trees
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