Improve evening light

Improve evening light
By Kees van Dongen , Friday, 29 May 2020
Last night during the golden hour I traveled to an avenue to capture the beautiful golden light.
On arrival I see the light falling nicely on the trees. I always pay close attention to where the sun is. Sometimes it can give a nice effect against the light, but usually I like taking photos with the light.

When I finally have everything ready and determined the composite, take a good look at the composition and also see the light fall beautifully, I know that after the processing this light will come into its own even more. When finishing, it is important to keep a close eye on the light, especially if you use 'dodge' and 'burn'.

Below you can see the result before and after the operation.

Travelin Man

Travelin Man

Travelin Man

Travelin Man

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  • Kees van Dongen

    Kees van Dongen

    Kees van Dongen is a landscape photographer based in Helmond in the Netherlands.
    He is involved in forest photography and gives workshops about photography and post-processing for photo editing.

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