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Light—Early, Late, and in Between

Lecture no. 2 from the course: The Art of Travel Photography

Light—Early, Late, and in Between

Taught by Professor Joel Sartore | 24 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Hobby & Leisure Courses

Now watch as horseback riders are photographed in the surf at sunrise in this lesson that demonstrates how to handle changing light, build pictures from the background forward, react quickly in the moment, and use the reflectivity of water. Move to a beach house setting to learn how to shoot in harsh midday light, then return to the surf late in the day to experiment with slower shutter speeds and panned action.


September 22, 2015