Saturday, 26 June 2010

Photo tip: If you see someone shading their eyes... #photography

If you see someone shading their eyes, face in the same direction they're facing and look for backlit silhouette shots. Turn the opposite way for wonderful sunlit face shots. If the sun is that low, it's heading towards the 'magic' hour when the best light is to be had.
Keep a lookout for signs like this that tell you that there are good photos just waiting to be taken.

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