Saturday, September 17, 2016

A House in Dappled Light

Usually I want to photograph a scene in even light.  It can be sunlight, shadow, doesn't matter.  
I just want the light in the key areas to be even.


This house looked great in person, but the light was bright where there was light, the shadows were deep where there were shadows, and the tree cover gave the scene a dappled effect.  The wrong 
kind of light to take a picture.  I did it anyway.  Do you like it despite the problem light?

6 comments:

Andy said...

Your mission, should you choose to accept it is to take more photos like this. The light and shadows are perfect in this scene. .

bill burke said...

I think the photo looks fine in the light. I would have taken the photo too. I don't see the problem.

Sharon Anck said...

I think it's a great shot. I like that dappled look.

Taken For Granted said...

Wide dynamic range in light is not necessarily a problem. Your photo works just fine as the key light is on the house, the subject of your picture. And, yes, I do like it.

RedPat said...

It looks like a real fall pic with the long shadows, Jack! I like it.

Kay said...

What? You don't carry your own fill lighting equipment? Oh, Jack, Jack, Jack! (It's fine. Dapple happens.)