|Bronze bronc rider sculpture|
Winters in western Montana can be a series of days under thick cloud cover from the valley temperature inversion. That means outside light is dull and uninspiring. However, by working indoors by a window, the light becomes directional and can add interest to almost any subject. Here light from a large window to the left illuminates the sculpture. Shadows can be dark in these situations so placing a white sheet or white piece of poster board opposite the window and out of frame bounces light back on the subject.
Learn to take advantage of window light any time of year to photograph everything from food to people in Window Light Photography, an online course beginning November 2, 2021. Click here to register.