Photography Guide : Master Light
This is Master Light Photography Guide from Digital Camera Magazines that I’ve read. I’ll share some contents like my previous post. Enjoy!
MASTER LIGHT TOP TIPS :
1. Rise Early, Stay Late
The golden hours around dawn and dusk are when the light tends to be the most exciting.
2. Use Reflectors
You’ll get more natural results if you use a reflector to fill-in the detail, rather than reaching for a flashgun.
3. Keep Silhouettes Simple
Make sure you retain the distinctive shape of a subject – don’t let it bleed into other silhouettes.
4. Add Flash Subtly
Avoid the ‘overflashed’ look – reduce your flash output when shooting in daylight.
5. Avoid Flare
Shield the front element of your lens with your hand when shooting into the sun.
6. Bring Out Colours
Shoot saturated colours such as autumn foliage on an overcast or cloudy-bright day.
7. Watch Your Meter
Your camera can be fooled by unusual lighting conditions. Spot meter for total control.
8. Add Light In Fog
When you shooting mist or fog, increase your exposure by 1 EV to bring back the brightness.
9. Go Slow
When you shooting in low light, combine a slow shutter speed with a burst of flash for interesting results.
10. Be Persistent
Inspiring views deserve inspiring light – don’t be satisfied until you get it.
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