About Outdoor Portrait Light
Whether you’re shooting for a portrait or casual snapshot, the most flattering light outdoors is soft, diffused, late afternoon light, often called Sweet Light, or the Golden Hour. Best to research your chosen spot (these images were mostly shot in my garden), because the sun ‘sets’ differently depending on what’s around, e.g. trees, buildings, hills, etc. And then plan your shoot for the best time!
Sweet Sixteen in Couture Gown by the Flower Bed in the Studio Garden
On location with brother and sister on Long Island
Autumn portrait of young boy with apple cart in the studio garden on Long Island
Walking down the path in the studio garden on Long Island
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