Should we always have high expectations when it comes to light and weather during location shooting? Should we, instead, accept what nature offers on each occasion and be thankful? Dimitri Vasileiou shares his thoughts
During one of my photographic outings, I met a young photographer on location and, as photographers do, we started a very interesting conversation. Opinions were flying in all directions and so were thoughts and points of view. One view that was coming across from him very clearly was his opinion of a good landscape photograph: a photographer had to be on location during the golden hours and the sky had to have immensely coloured clouds, which occurs usually around thirty minutes before...
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