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Beginner Photography Tips: How To Take Photos At A 'Bad' Time Of Day

What to do when you find a cracking photo location but the light isn't right due to the time of day.

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Strong light and harsh shadows aren't often the photographer's friend but what if you have no option but to take your photo when conditions aren't quite right? That's the question Mike Browne's answering in his latest video tutorial. 

Mike shows you how you can still capture images in situations where the lighting is not really ideal by simply moving your feet, playing around with your camera's settings or switching your focus so your compositions actually aren't so affected by the 'bad' light. 

It's a nice little tutorial for those who are new to photography but if you're a little more advanced, Mike's also put together a tutorial on working with professional models that is well worth a look as well as tips on capturing stylish product shots at home

Do take the time to subscribe to Mike Browne's YouTube channel as there are lots of tutorials well-worth a watch. Mike also offers a variety of workshops and courses which you can learn more about on his website: www.photographycourses.biz.

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