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If you photograph people, there’s a good chance that you’ll end up taking portraits in high sun at some point—whether it’s for a wedding, mini sessions or extended family that can’t make any other time work.
Most photographers know that open shade is the key to full sun portraits, but not all shade has the same quality. In today’s episode, I’m talking all about how I take full sun portraits—where to put your subjects, what to look for in the background, how to light them and tricks to make sure you don’t get hazy photos.
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