Taking photo in a limited condition of light can be a little bit tricky, especially when subject is a person or a pet. From my point of view, all you need in this case is a structure (even artificial or natural) with nice details and the rest is just extra.

I love to play with surface which has rich texture due to its ability to describe light areas as well as dark areas in an aesthetic manner. Taking shadowed photo might not be a piece of cake but I do agree that good results can be achieve by people who refer to play with their camera than try so hard to get the right setting adjustment.

In this photo, straight lines of bricks are broken by the waggly vines, that is an implication that strictly orders can be overwhelmed by flexible ways. Hope you guys enjoy your time here and leave me some comments if possible 🙂

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Ho Chi Minh city, Viet Nam

11 thoughts on “THE DANCE OF SUNLIGHT

  1. Mabel Kwong

    This is such a brilliant capture. The diagonal shadows make the photo more interesting, in my opinion – they draw attention to the vines. Sometimes if a photo doesn’t come out nice, you can always play around with it in the post-editing process and that’s always fun. So many things you can do to a photo to make a story come through 😀

  2. rommel

    Nicely done post. I hate shadows when it gets in the way when you want to show your subject clearly and in details. but when used properly, shadows can really show how good and creative the photographer can be. You obviously used shadow to your advancement. Great job!

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