The Winter Sun: Ideal for Portraits | Zonerama Magazine

When you photograph people under bright sunlight, they tend to scrunch up their face and look… silly. How can you avoid that? It’s simple—do these shots in autumn or winter. This works because the light in these seasons is much gentler on the eyes—the sun’s farther away, making it less intense. You can take pictures practically at high noon.

Source: The Winter Sun: Ideal for Portraits | Zonerama Magazine

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