Yup, natural light and overcast (but bright) days are great. You'll be able to get a softer, more detailed photo than you would in direct sunlight. Black fur tends to reflect a lot of light, so camera flashes don't work well. (And you get the dreaded red-eye). If its a sunny day, you can go under a lightly shaded tree to take photos. Early morning light is also nice.Doggonecrazy said:I've gotten the best results with natural light and overcast days outside with a "sport" setting.
I agree with this, but I also like to take advantage of early morning and evening light. The worst, most bland and boring pictures are taken with the sun directly overhead.Doggonecrazy said:I've gotten the best results with natural light and overcast days outside with a "sport" setting.
What that flaming hoop photo doesn't tell you is that Mija is actually jumping backwards, tail end first! Now THAT's a trick!sessa35 said:Are you suggesting that Mija didn't actually jump through that flaming hoop??!! :shock: :shock: :shock: :wink: :wink: :wink:
P.S. Aren't we are spoiled with our beautiful light (and lack of at night :wink in New Mexico!?!