Twilight is my favorite time to photograph. There’s something magical, says Ian Plant, about the light when the sun is below the horizon, a time when the waking world and dreams seem to blend into one
The edge of light is a fascinating time to make photographs. The world becomes less coherent and structured, taking a turn into the abstract, forcing the line between reality and fantasy to become a bit fuzzy.
As with any time of day, only certain conditions will yield good twilight photography opportunities. Twilight shooting usually works best when ...
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