Jerrick M. Pua A boy from a small town with big dreams.
A self taught photographer who snaps around pretty much about anything that intrigue his interest.
DISCLAIMER: All photos are taken by me unless otherwise stated.
Silhouette Rule 2: Make sure the horizon or background do not cut into your subject so they are a big blob. This is why you have to get down as low as you can.
45 Degree Angle Photography: When using Window Lights/Natural Lights position your subject so they are facing the window at a 45 degree angle rather than having the subject face the window head on. This technique can create a better lighting rather than having the subject’s face looks flat(Directly lit but no depth or shadows on the subject).
High Contrast image makes Black and White photography looks good.
There is actually a site that shows the time of the Golden Hour in your area.