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How to take a good photo in every kind of light
Yes, it's possible to take the perfect selfie no matter what...
Even if you don’t like taking selfies, chances are you’re going to have to at some point in life. And your lighting can make or break a really great photo. In fact, the word photography is derived from Greek roots, with “photos” meaning “light” and “graphe” meaning “drawing.” So essentially, without lighting, there is no photography. The thing is, there’s an array of different lighting and each one has the ability to change the complete outcome of a photo. Whether it’s the time of day, or the environment you’re in, lighting can change dramatically. But, with a few tips and tricks, you’ll be able take the perfect selfie in any scenario.
The golden hour
The golden hour is perhaps one of the most forgiving types of light during the day. It occurs around half an hour after the sun rises and around half an hour before it sets. The result is a warm light that isn’t just flattering, but shows the object your photographing (i.e you) without any harsh shadows (the most common cause of an unflattering photo).
Bright direct light
Photographers will always tell you that bright direct light isn’t great, because it has the ability to wash everything out. It can cause problems with over-exposure and can cast harsh, unflattering shadows on your subject. But if you find yourself in a situation where direct light is unavoidable, tilt your chin downwards.
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