The often-shunned midday conditions can yield surprisingly good results—when you’re thinking in black-and-white
By Text & Photography By Rick Sheremeta
Published June 24, 2014
Updated June 30, 2016
As outdoor photographers, it doesn't take us long to find out that nature's lighting can be very fickle, differing greatly day to day and even over the course of a day, from that of the controlled lighting available in a studio setting.
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