STREET PHOTOGRAPHY in the Golden Hour

I recently created a blog post focusing on the 10 photography rules you should know. One of those rules is utilising the golden hour. I took all these shots during a sunny London evening last week between 7-9pm. The photos are in chronological order so you can see how the sun affects the colour palette and contrast of the images.

7pm

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7.30pm

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8.30pm

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9pm

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You can see how effective using the light of the golden hour can be but also how short the window is. The golden hour is a great (and free) tool to add to your photography skill set.

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One thought on “STREET PHOTOGRAPHY in the Golden Hour

  1. Pingback: Where to Shoot Street Photography in London – Madison Beach

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