Digital Camera World

Charlie Waite

Is there a tried-and-tested time of day or a window of opportunity to go seeking a daytime landscape shot? Dan Rubin

No, categorically not. Light is pivotal to the image-making process. More often than not, it will be light, and the nature of its illumination of the landscape, that will stimulate your visual and emotional response antennae. This will be followed by a desire to own that momentary lighting effect by making a photograph.

Ideally, developing a deep understanding of light and its behaviour would be well worthwhile. Learning how certain surfaces absorb light and others reflect light would be of value. A visit to a favoured location and remaining there from sunrise to sunset would be an excellent way to observe how

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