Work with open shade Natural Light


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Working with open shade

Open shade can be found almost anywhere on a sunny day. The shaded area beneath a tree, under the porch of a house, in a doorway, under an umbrella, or the shade of a building. Any shady location where the sunlight is not directly falling on your subject. This is one of my favorite light sources for shooting pictures of people. It produces beautiful soft light, often mimicking studio lighting, and it's one of the easiest light sources to shoot with. I'm going to move up just a bit. This looks nice. So now the sun is no longer beating down upon you.

The light looks pretty good. How is it with your eyes. You can keep your eyes open. >> Great. It's totally shaded. >> Great. See what these look like. Nice. I'm liking these. (NOISE) As Josh and I search for good light in the afternoon sun, we found shade beneath a building overhang that provided the right amount of light to evenly illuminate his face. As long as you place your subject relatively ...

Working with open shade
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Working with open shade provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Erin Manning as part of the Up and Running with Lighting: Natural Light

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