LAPC #198: Light and Shadow
This week, Patti leads the “light and shadow” theme. She shows us another important photography element — light and shadow through her lens.
“When you see the shadows, you will also see the light.” Often, I see the light before I decide to click. The sunrising scene below was captured from our front window:
Photographers suggest that early morning or late afternoon when the light is low is a great time to go “shadow hunting”.
Shadow hunting in the early morning at our local park:
A small movement of my camera made the light and shadow look like floating on water.
Below was captured in the evening at the California coastline. The black and white version made the image look like a brush painting.
This is one of my few flower images showing the light and shadow. I think the shadow made the image more interesting. The yellow rose of Texas: