Great light can happen unexpectedly, and being prepared from every angle can supply us with valuable confidence that a memorable image will be crafted wherever the light decides to fall. Trevor Anderson sheds some light on this topic
Rarely do conditions turn out quite as we planned them, so it is always good to know your location and have several compositions scouted from multiple angles to ensure that you are prepared when the light is right, from whichever vantage point this happens to be.
I can recall several different experiences where I had visualized a certain composition facing one direction, only to later have the light be ...
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