Photography, Round the Clock: A 24 Hours Special

 

 

Underexpose the image slightly while shooting sunsets. This often helps saturate colours, bring out tonal variations and enhance forms. Exposure: f/7.1, 1/1600sec, ISO 200 Time: 6.30pm. Photograph/Vickie Matthews

Underexpose the image slightly while shooting sunsets. This often helps saturate colours, bring out tonal variations and enhance forms. Exposure: f/7.1, 1/1600sec, ISO 200 Time: 6.30pm. Photograph/Vickie Matthews

Great photography knows no rules and regulations. It is not bound by time or space. Raj Lalwani presents a list of simple photographic techniques that will allow you to make the most of natural light and take breathtaking pictures, at any time of the day.

To explore the different ways with which you can photograph the different times of the day, check out the sections listed below:

1. At the Break of Dawn
2. Glorious Morning Light
3. The Harsh Light of High Noon
4.  Early Evening Magic
5. As the Sun Goes Down
6. Moonlight Walk

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