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Poring Over the Picture

Although I don’t like shooting in the midday sun, there are times when you don’t have much choice. Sometimes it can make for some very harsh lighting that is not flattering to your subject, but I found it to actually be helpful when photographing this statue at the Holocaust Memorial in Miami. The harsh light helps to add some contrast and definition to the hand and figures on the arm.


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ISO 50 • 1/320 sec. • f/8 • 110mm lens

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