Golden Opportunities Photography during The Golden Hours.
"Hour" is figurative here. The golden hour refers to the period just after sunrise or just before sunset, and its length depends on where you are, what time of year it is, and the weather conditions. Also, while the terms are nearly synonymous, golden hour actually has a definition based on the measurable angle of the sun to the horizon it's a special time for photography. But why, exactly? Light. Light is the most important photographic element. The light just after sunrise and just before sunset is unlike any other light and it can't be replicated, no matter how hard you try (well, you could cheat if you have photo-editing software, but it doesn't beat the real thing or feel as rewarding). There are a few things about this kind of light that make it unique and beloved. Remember, golden hour is not sunset or sunrise, but shortly before and after those times when your subject still has direct light falling on it. The magical golden light will transform your photos from ordinary to extraordinary. It's all about the light!
Lets see you've got, I'm sure they're all Gorgeous. And thank you in advance for participating in the Golden Opportunities Challenge..
I'll start off with a few of Mine..
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