Overcast Days and Photography

Fence near a Cliff

Thanks to Rene’s comment the other day, the weather has started to become overcast. I love overcast days because they were made for photography. Overcast days produce a very subdued, soft light – perfect for portraits, nature, and whatever you call my kind of shots. Contrary to popular lore, it is very hard to take a good picture on a sunny day – you’re better off just putting on some shades, hitting the beach and working on your tan.

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One thought on “Overcast Days and Photography

  1. Doh! Well, I guess that crappy Pacific Northwest weather does have some benefits. Your awesome photo here is an obvious example. Enjoy the gray days!

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