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In the forest



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casperkerrivan PRO
 
casperkerrivan October 20, 2020
Lovely dog, great photo.
Ruslan_Lavrentyev
 
Ruslan_Lavrentyev October 26, 2020
Woof!

Behind The Lens

Location
I took this photo in a forest in the neighbourhood of Breda, the Netherlands.
Time
It was taken an hour or so before sunset.
Lighting
I wanted to capture the sun behind the dog in order to create a nice hairlight, so I took advantage of the warm evening light before sunset.
Equipment
I used a Sony A7SII, Sony 70-200 mm F2 G-lens, no tripod, flash or filters. Aperture F 2.8, Shutterspeed 1/200
Inspiration
I always search for new techniques and new angles in photography and this location gave me a great opportunity to try and make some back light pictures.
Editing
I took out some highlights and some shadows.
In my camera bag
At the moment I have a Sony A9, a wide angle 16-70 mm F4 lens, a 90mm macro lens and my pride and joy, the 70-200mm F2 G lens. I have a tripod and a big stopper for long exposure shots.
Feedback
Go out on a sunny day and wait until an hour or so before sunset.

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