Thursday, June 30, 2011

Tip shooting landscape in the golden hours to become lighter

As many know, one good tip for shooting a landscape is to choose the right time is at sunrise or before sunset. But surely the constraints is that we will lack the lighting for our landscape photography.

A simple way to overcome lighting limitations when golden hour is by utilizing the reflection of skylight with the help of water. This will add the bright to our landscape which will avoid the image that is not shaped or underexposed of it foreground.

Putting water in landscape photos will lighter the area. It would be more interesting if we get a unique cloud formations and other colors.

It also takes some experimenting to get the perfect position of skylight reflection in water, so we can get the balance of lighting. But however it turns out it will still be lighter than without putting water into the area.

photo by Bram & Vera

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