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When Time Stands Still

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 ...

Read this article, and many more, in High Definition, inside Issue 35 of Landscape Photography Magazine.

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Ian Plant is a full time professional nature photographer, writer, and adventurer. His work has appeared in numerous magazines, books and calendars, and he is a frequent contributor to Popular Photography and Outdoor Photographer magazines, among others.

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  1. Ian Plant is a master. He is my inspiration for getting serious with landscape photography. I love his work and have most of his books…

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