I just had to try to capture this little girl listening intently to the self-guided audio device at Versailles while peering out of an amazing palace and onto the even more amazing gardens on a gorgeous, summer day.  I’m not sure I did all that I should have from a lighting perspective.  I’m still learning all that is required to shoot from a dark room into the direct sunlight, but I hope the spirit of this shot still shines through and that folks way more experienced than I am will chime in with some tips and tricks.

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  1. I’m working on lighting, especially with natural lighting, and the best time to take pictures outside or out the windows are in the morning or evening. Doesn’t matter what kind of program you have, the sun high in the sky washes everything out! It sucks, but you’ll see a difference just in that. You might have already known that lol! Just thought I’d throw that in there 🙂

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About Sage Scott

Shutterbug Sage began as a 365 photo project.

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