Of course, let me try. I shot this picture when it was the end of the golden hour (which is about 4PM in winter here). Well, in this time everything is full of magic. I use the mode A on my camera, which is time automatic. You can choose the aperture freely and the camera chooses the shutter time. I took this shot against the sunlight. Taking pictures of nature is not as difficult as still life shots. Trust me.
so glad to hear that must have been very worrying,I bet you feel so relived now.
thank you I was wondering if it s not too much to ask if you have any tips for shooting nature in winter when there is snow and quite a lot of sunlight.Do you tend to shoot at specific times like sunset? like for this shot [link] the lighting is just so sublime and perfect how do you manage to not get overexposed shots?
I have only taken a few shots of nature( alone)so this is all so new to me,I m so used to making the composition myself and using indoor window light and having "indoor" colored backgrounds so any advice would be immensely helpful.Now that I can go out more often I want to try and get away from doing so much boring indoor still life but I feel like it's like starting photography all over again and I am not sure what I should be doing