Monday, December 27, 2010

Shooting on a cloudy day

Cloudy day photography maybe unflattering for some images but if you know very well the advantages of shooting on a cloudy day you can fast track on choosing the elements of what to put inside the viewfinder.

I have here 2 photos taken on a cloudy day which you can learn from.

Photo 1 = We are so used to seeing photos with clear skies but by adding cloud formations to your photographs can give you plus points for drama.

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Photo 2 = Clouds are natural softboxes so light is more diffused when you shoot on a cloudy day. This means light is softer and shadows are less harsh.

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