Blue Skies Getting Creative

Blue Skies Getting Creative

Ralph Goldsmith

Blue Skies Getting Creative

Blue Skies Getting Creative - Another day of landscape photography in Spain, and this time we have clear blue skies (at least by the time the sun starts to get low).

Blue skies are not the ideal conditions for landscape photography but that's no reason not to shoot. It's actually the perfect time to try getting creative.

Try out different compositions, try to work on story telling with your images and, of course, although the sky may be be boring, and the light may be a bit harsh, it's always worth seeing what you can do with the strong directional light that these conditions produce.

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