Photography Tips and Tricks - 23
A natural follow-up to last week's tip is to look for shadows. The first tip is to notice shadows like you notice light. Is the shadow harsh with defined lines or is it a subtle diffused shadow? Another aspect of shadows that has caused me issues is how the shadows are hitting my subject. I have taken several photos that have unwanted shadows across my subject that I didn't notice until I got home.
What I have learned here is that shadows need to be observed and understand how they will be interacting with my photo.
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