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Shadow Photography Tips – Fun With Shadows

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Shadow plays an important part in photography. Without it photos would look flat, lacking in dimension and texture. But have you ever thought about making shadow the main subject of a photograph?

There are lots of different ways you can use shadow as the main element of a creative photo. In this article we'll look at some ideas and tips on photographing shadows, and hopefully inspire you to try some of these ideas yourself.

Shadow Photography Tips - Fun With Shadows

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April 20th, 2014 at 6:00 pm

Stop Exposure Problems Ruining Your Shot

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Getting the right exposure is critical to ensuring images have impact and don't appear flat or washed out. You may not realise though, there is no such thing as correct exposure. There are however exposure errors and problems that must be avoided. Once you understand how to evaluate and correct exposure errors you will be able to take the next step to using exposure creatively. This will give your images mood and feeling.

Low key black and white photo of girl in tunnel silhouetted against light at the end of the tunnel
13/365 by phozographer on flickr (licensed CC-BY)

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