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  • Captivating Examples of Silhouette Photography Smashing Magazine
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    Silhouette photography is a wonderful way to convey drama, mystery, emotion and mood in a picture. A silhouette is defined as a view of an object or a scene consisting of the outline and a featureless interior, with the silhouetted object usually being black. Pictures like these often don’t convey a clear story, and leave part of the image up to the imagination of the viewer. The key to taking a silhouette picture would be to: choose a strong subject with a defined and recognizable shape; turn off your flash to have as little light on the front of your subject as possible; get the light right by having more light shining from the background than the foreground; frame your image so that the brightest light source is behind your subject; and make sure the silhouette shapes are distinct and uncluttered by making subjects recognizable and keeping multiple subjects separate. Below are some truly amazing examples of silhouette photography. All images are linked to the respective photographer’s websites. Feel free to explore more of their work. Enjoy and be inspired. You may want to take a look at the following related posts: Oversaturated Pictures and Lomography Shadow Photography The Beauty Of Urban Decay City Photography
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    When it is out raining, I always make it a point to go out and shoot some street photography. The beauty of shooting street photography in the rain is that not only are you able to capture certain reflections and scenes you don't typically see-- but you can also create moody images of people with
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