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Old 09-05-2016, 09:21 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Decapod401 View Post
Properly lit? The sun is full and directly over the photographer's shoulder, and the shadows are long enough to indicate that the sun is not too high. I'm curious how you would improve the lighting.
It's obviously pretty late in the day by looking at the shadows (look at the trees, not just the ones at the bottom of the frame).

So my suggestion would be shoot it about an hour or 2 earlier. He would not have high sun issues, not that, at that focal length, high sun should be an issue.

Or crop those stupid ass shadows at the bottom out.
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