Photography Tips and Tricks - 22
Let's get right to it. Study light when you are out and about by noticing different kinds of light. I will give you a few types here to look for while you are out and about and will follow up with more on a future blog.
Harsh light - usually from direct sun or a strong flash directly on the subject
Reflective light - light bouncing off a surface before hitting your subject.
Diffused light - light through a softbox or a cloudy day.
So the tip is when not out with your camera, practice with your eye for different kinds of light important to photography.
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