It’s been a week since I posted Exploring with a Camera: Rimmed with Light. Have you been seeing your subjects outlined this week? If so, share them here or in the Flickr pool, we’d all love to see!
I’m on vacation this week so today I’m not able to post images from the Flickr pool today, but I’ll share some of my favorites next week as we wrap up Rimmed with Light. Instead, today I’m sharing this spring image I captured on a morning walk in Parco di Monza. I loved how the trees were outlined by light coming from the left, defining each one. As I prepped for this topic, my morning walks recently became study time. Can you imagine me, stalking people in the park with my camera as I learned the angles and backgrounds it takes to capture rim light? Unfortunately, the people moved too quickly for me to capture images good enough to share, but they sure helped me learn! Keep my experience in mind if you are struggling with capturing rim light, sometimes just observing for a while can help you learn enough to eventually capture the image you are seeking.
I hope you are having a great week, I’ll be back here on Monday!