Good lighting can transform any average scene into something magical. In the final part of our outdoor portrait photography month of our Shoot Like A Pro series we look at some simple flash techniques and best practice for lighting your outdoor portraits.
In short: Have strong back lighting: Expose for the Sky No flash Focus: If you are shooting with a dSLR, you may need to turn your lens to manual focus. Sometimes when shooting with such a strong backlight, your camera can not focus on your subject.
In this post we are going to look at how to take a photo of the stars, and how to edit it in Lightroom. Location is very important for this kind of photo. You will need to find a location with very little light pollution, a little light is ok