Hi fellow photographers! I know most of us have that fear of either shooting in harsh light, where the sun is smack in the middle of the sky and there is no “golden hour” to be found. Well I’m here to tell you that it’s not too bad!

 These photos were taken this year in May, I had the honor of second-shooting with Samantha Jane, check out her site!

1. Details

When shooting details indoors, that bright sun comes in handy! No need to boost that ISO! Making your photos crystal clear.

2. Shadows

Believe it or not, shadows are your best friend, when shooting outside mid-day. Use shadows as “diffusers” Letting the object consume most of the sun allows you to get great shots of your clients!

3. Vibrancy

Although you can get some awesome shots in the AM and golden hour, when shooting mid-day YOU can decide whether you want your photos warm or cold vs when in golden hour your pictures will mostly be warmer due to low light. When shooting mid-day, when editing be sure to take advantage of your flexible vibrancy + saturation, let those colors pop!

 

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12/03/15

Kirstin + Derek Wedding|Why shooting mid-day isn’t a bad thing!

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