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“Lighting Day Exteriors: Shaping Natural Daylight Through the Use of Negative Fill”
In order to set yourself up for success during a time of day with harsh sunlight, take into consideration things at your location that are bouncing light. This video lesson, article, and image series go through the process of adding negative fill and shooting when the sun is right.
As a free bonus, you also get “Lighting Day Exteriors: When the Sun Is Too High in the Sky, How You Shape and Use Natural Light to Change the Direction of the Sun on a Close Up.”
In this instructional video and article, I go into how to make a beautiful close up using natural light. We can cheat a little and control light a little to make it more appealing to the eye. I try to shoot my wide shots first when the light is perfect, and also because I cannot change the direction of the sun in wide shots. Then when the sun is too high and looks flat, you come for the close up and shape and change the direction of the sun to your liking. Includes: