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No shade as far as the eye can see? The sun, when it’s at its highest point in the sky, can be a real challenge for many photographers. It casts strong shadows, can cause over-exposed shots of landscapes and can lead to unflattering portraits. To make the most of the sun without spoiling your photos, follow the tips below.
Before heading out into the sun, you’ll need to get your camera ready.
Here are some inexpensive accessories that will help to counter the negative effects of direct sunlight:
From the side
Is the sun shining directly on your subject’s face? Well, don’t photograph him or her from the front—their eyes will be shut or they will make a face. Position them so that the sun is illuminating them slightly from behind. Your subject won’t be blinded, and the shadows that were hardening their face will be less pronounced.
Against the light
Would you like to give an “artistic” touch to your photos? Use your light meter on the blue sky, then photograph your subject against the light. You’ll get a black silhouette, which will stand out from the light background of the surrounding scenery.
Using your image-editing software, increase the contrasts and the saturation of the photos you took in direct sunlight. You are sure to get a wonderful effect!
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