tis’ the season when we see the most sunlight, the longest days and highest light levels…
1. That Golden Hour
The summer sun can be harsh, which will not only cause squinting, but harsh shadows. Wait for that golden hour to catch the golden light. Typically, the hour before sunset.
2. Experiment with Silhouettes Place a solid object between you and that setting sun and you’ve got the makings of a great silhouette.
3. Follow Your Shadow Strong sunlight means strong shadows. Take advantage of the bright sun by using it capture dark and dramatic shadows that contrast with brighter surroundings.