Amazing beauty of nature, photography and light
Everyone (or almost everyone) likes to take pictures, because nowadays it is not really necessary to have a camera. Because everyone has a good phone or smartphone, which has cameras with pretty good resolution to take a picture. But having a smartphone with the ability to catch some footage in the lens is just an amateur approach.
You have to understand at least a little bit of the basics of photography to take good or unusual photos that will appeal to viewers. One of the most important techniques to work with in photography is light, followed by shadow. They are interconnected together and are always there for each other. You can see this in any photograph that uses streams of light, like mine.
Such photos are always advantageous, they attract the eye in this magical way (you could say so). Well, winter landscapes, including park photos on city streets (especially in winter) are something especially interesting, although the light in these photos is always cold. But look - what unreal beauty with the bright morning light. This picture I took in an old park.
Or here's a photographic technique for working with light in nature. You can use a frame against the light, using a big tree from behind which the light spills out. It's amazing the beauty of a winter cityscape, and you can do that with any walk. But it's the light that makes the photo more interesting.
And in this photograph it is just as interesting to see the flow of light through the branches of the tree, adding to the beauty of the photograph itself. So now we can say that the light is what makes the very emphasis of the photograph, to bring out some object (like this tree), showing it in a more interesting way, but still leaving the basis in the fact that the main thing here is the light.
All the photos posted for this post are relevant to the topic of my musings. In addition, they are just beautiful pictures of our amazing nature of the Southern Urals in Russia and it does not matter that it is a cityscape. And since the beauty shown in my photos is the basis of any creativity, it means that all these photos here are perfect to admire them while reading this post. And after reading, don't forget, friends, to write something in the comments, the topic is very interesting for us creative people. I wish everyone happiness and harmony in their lives. Take care of yourself, be creative, live a long, happy life and think about the opportunities that exist in this world and that we can use for the benefit of our development.
-camera Sony 16.2.
(Translated via DeepL Translator from Russian)
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Photo taken - Sony 16.2 - 3x Zoom, Vario-Tessar lens.