Tiny Tips 5 – Study Light from Different Angles.

Remember that when light hits the subject ‘Head on’, more often than not, the lighting is flat and uninteresting. You may want to place the subject so light falls on it from one side. This may cause shadows on the opposite side you may want to deal with. However, lighting a subject from different angles … Read more Tiny Tips 5 – Study Light from Different Angles.

Tiny Tips 4 – Study Highlights!

by David The earlier two tips were about attributes of light that may well be avoided. Here is one aspect of light that you would do well to utilise constructively. While a light source from behind the camera helps you take sharp and colourful photographs, light from behind the subject may help you take pictures … Read more Tiny Tips 4 – Study Highlights!

Tiny Tips 3 – Study reflected light!

Remember that when light strikes a surface it gets reflected; diffused; refracted or absorbed. Light reflects off shiny areas off faces, mirrors, glass panes and all other shiny surfaces causing burnt out areas in the highlights and unwanted reflections of light from flash bulbs and other light sources. So, while taking photographs look for unplanned … Read more Tiny Tips 3 – Study reflected light!