It’s what you really work with. Your camera records light. Without light you have nothing to photograph. As a photographer, you use your camera to record light.
As a photographer you should begin to see everything as a light source.
To be more specific you should learn to observe light sources that illuminate, or transmit light, and light sources that reflect [...]
After a thunderstorm a primary rainbow forms to create an arc over a a white barn and silo, Readington, New Jersey. The perfect conditions to see a rainbow are when the sun is at your back, and rain clouds are off in the distance in the direction of your shadow. (Sam D’Amico)
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Longer days, hot weather, strains on the electric grid.
Here’s a word from Pepco sent out on July 7, 2010.
Pepco Asks Customers to Conserve Electricity.
Heat Continues to Push Electricity Use Higher.
WASHINGTON – Pepco today requested the public to conserve electricity.
The call for conservation was prompted by the intense heat wave.
A tattered American Flag is pulled [...]
Yellow-orange maple leaf, caught in a wire fence, back-lit by autumn light – Rights Managed Stock Photography
I think that if the photographers who favor summer began to notice the visual richness of fall and winter they would be carrying their cameras equally throughout the year.