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This is really easy . . .
The first hour or so of day light in the morning and the last hour or so of day light in the evening make the best times to take photos.
This time is called “The Golden Hour”.
Photos taken in this period look just magical!!
This applies to mobile phones with cameras in them, or right through to very expensive high end cameras.
The reason for this, is that the light casts nice soft shadows and the light is also softer, almost golden, in that hour.
When the light is above us, it becomes harsh and photos look flat, lack contrast and zing !
You will be surprised how good your photos turn out when you go snapping in the Golden Hours.
Another benefit if you go out early in the morning is that the sights look different in that light, sharper.
Remember to make sure your lens is clean on your mobile phone’s camera – follow this link to see how.
Also many thanks to my spell checker HB!! xo
Happy snapping and let us know how your photos went!!
The road to Gum Flat is . . .
Suzie went away for a few days to a place just past Inverell, NSW, called Gum Flat.
Gum Flat is not far from Inverell, about 15 minutes drive.
It’s a pretty drive from Brisbane, via Warwick and Tenterfield.
You pass through the ranges, where the road is in good condition.
Inverell and Gum Flat are very scenic places, lots to see, so we will have to come back again and photograph some more.
The Public School in Gum Flat is over 126 years old.
This is a map of where Gum Flat is – Gum Flat