Qualities of Light
just a quick reminder, a primary, all light and this subject recovery more detail in in one of the other courses that I did previously for Creative life. Qualities of light. Let's run it Light is, of course, an essential ingredient in any kind of photograph. There's backlight. What is backlight do? It renders everything as a silhouette. I like to apply that early in the morning and late in the evening. Then there's front light, and that is especially nice. After the sun has risen above the horizon and just before it sets. It creates a warm glow, and it emphasises color. They're sidelight when the sun strikes the subject from the site. It emphasizes texture, and as it applies to birds, it can enhance the blue image, the surface quality. And then there's flat light. When it's overcast, then you don't have to worry too much about contrast in your subject and menu photographing white birds that could be a blessing. Then there's one mawr, very special kind of light spotlight when you have s...
tormy weather and the sun breaks through the clouds and one portion of your scene is illuminated by the sun, and the rest is in shade. It can create fantastic opportunities. All right, this is just a quick reminder. But you take a look at the other courses because we're dealing with that in more detail, and I show examples of how I apply it in the field as well, but I'm afraid we're gonna have to move on.