Using Natural Light for Still Life Photography

Using Natural Light for Still Life Photography

By Discovery Center Team

Improve your still life photographs with these tips from professional photographer Julie Hearty on using natural lighting. In this video tutorial Julie talks about how to find the right light and position your subject, using a reflector to fill in shadows, and choosing the right background.

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