Tip of the Day: What Photographs Well (Part 2)

• Wet objects photograph better than dry ones. Surfaces such as slate and other dark rocks and roads come alive when wet.

Continued from yesterday, a list of what photographs well:

• Wet objects photograph better than dry ones. Surfaces such as slate and other dark rocks and roads come alive when wet.

• Long, soft shadows are generally better than short, sharp, deep ones.

• Partial sun is better than full sun, and uneven cloud coverage is better than completely even cloud coverage.
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Adapted from Take Your Photography to the Next Level by George Barr (rocky nook, 2008; $40)_