One of my least favorite times to shoot is during high noon. The sun is high in the sky and the light is very harsh and contrasty. Not soft and dreamy like golden hour. But sometimes it can't be helped so here are 2 easy tips to help that anyone can do!
2 Ways to Improve Your Outdoor Photography
1. Find shade
Dark shadows under the eyes? Everyone is squinting? Not exactly the most flattering. The easiest way to fix this is to find shade! If you can get under an awning or tree, your picture will drastically change.
2. Get the sun behind you
Many people think that you should be facing the sun during the day because it's "good light". Wrong!