Saturday, May 01, 2004

Back Lighting

As a general rule, you should always have the sun behind you when you are taking photographs.

But sometimes, if you are careful, you can break the rules to good effect.

This scene was taken looking into the sun

I have used the shadow of a tree, out of the frame to the left, to stop the sun shining on the front of the lens.

I have also used a higher view point to keep the sky out of the frame

The use of natural back lighting is a useful tool

Time 2:22pm Shutter 1/350 Aperture F5.3

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