lighting. Tuesday , August 08th , 2017 - 20:06:35 PM
When possible, look up a photograph of Zion National Park by Hiroji Kubota. Because Kubota uses the contrast of shadowed peaks beyond, he is able to emphasize the surface of the lit mountain in the foreground. Can you feel the drama that is built by this interplay of light and dark? Here is a little landscape photography tip that you can use when you are out looking for a shot. Simply be observant of areas of shadow and try to build them into your story.
Sunny-day look: Eye-catching and ultramodern light make a lasting impression. It brings the sunny-day look inside the living room. The room looks fresh and well lit with these hanging lights. The lovely aura of the room perk ups the mood quickly.
Torches come in bamboo, brass, or copper. Most contain a reservoir for fuel, such as citronella oil, and a wick that you ignite. If you are not comfortable playing with fire, you can find electric ones as well. Torches can be up to six feet tall, or short enough to provide an interesting centerpiece to your outdoor table.
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