Taking Good Photographs on a Bright and Sunny Day

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Midday is one of the most difficult times to shoot for any photographer. The brutal truth is that cameras struggle with the extreme light and photographers struggle with making that harsh light result in a pleasing image. That being said, during your photography career, you are almost certainly going to find yourself in a situation in which you will be forced to shoot in the middle of the day. This article will hopefully help you with where to start when that day comes… More at Light Stalking.

I tend to think that taking a photo when it is sunny will automatically result in a great result. Turns out that there is much more to it.

One thought on “Taking Good Photographs on a Bright and Sunny Day

  1. The old adage is that pro photographers avoid taking nature pictures for a couple hours either side of 12:00 noon because the light is too harsh and there aren’t enough shadows for good definition of landscape features.

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