The Best Weather For Landscape Photography
By Richard Young
There is a common misconception among non-photographers that the best photography weather is a bright, sunny day. The reality is quite the opposite; a sunny day for landscape photography is often the worst weather you can have!
Good photography comes from a mix of weather - interesting weather, along with its light, will add more drama to a landscape. A bright, sunny day means boring, empty blue sky and a flat image with deep shadows.
Read the full article by Richard Young in Issue 28 of NZPhotographer magazine.