I’ve recently been introduced to a new form of outdoor photography called “alternative light.” It’s a technique in which you’re looking through a lens that’s meant to look through a transparent, glass-like material. It’s not a new technique, but it’s worth mentioning for those who are interested in learning about the process.
To be perfectly honest, Ive only experimented with it a few times. The one time I’ve used it I took a picture of a tree in the rain and then used the resulting image to create a light sculpture.
It’s a really simple technique, but one that I think works. It’s a way to capture light that isn’t exactly like what we normally see in nature. Its the style of photography you see in nature but that isnt reflected in a lens that can only be used to make the image appear that way. Its a way to capture light that is in a state of transparency. Its not a technique for capturing light because its not made for that.
That said, this is what I think of when I see images of trees in the rain, the way it is made light, or the way it looks like it’s made light. It really just depends on what the image is like. The images below are all made with a different technique than I would normally use. The way they each look like they are made of light is all due to the type of light you are using.
The way you capture light is a very personal matter, but it depends a lot on what you are shooting, what you are using for the light, and what type of camera you are using to take the picture. When I see images of trees in the rain, the way its lit is so different from the way I would normally light them that I’m a little unsure of what to make of it.
Another area where light differences can be seen is in the way the trees and sky look when the sun is out. A picture of a rainforest as the sun sits low on the horizon, and trees in full sun can look completely different when the sun is out.
I find that the way a light is lit can be an indicator of the type of camera you are using to take the picture. If I see a picture of a sunset with a cloudy sky and no light source, I feel the picture is too dark (and I’d assume too light), unless you are using a lens that is designed to take light well. The same goes with the way the trees and sky look when the sun is out.
Another important difference between a sunset and a sunrise can be seen in the way a camera captures the light, the lenses it uses to capture the light, and the way it handles the light. In a sunset, you see the sun setting behind the trees. In a sunrise, you see the sun rising at the top of the clouds.
The sunrises and sunsets are different because the sun sets behind the clouds, making the sky look brighter. The sunrises are less dramatic because the sun is rising higher. One reason why the sun seems brighter in a sunrise than a sunset is because the sun is rising higher and the clouds are lighter. A different reason is that you might want to avoid any clouds, making the sun brighter. Another reason is that the sun might appear brighter because you’re using a lens that focuses light well.
As an example, the sunsets are the result of clouds blocking out the sun, creating a shadow that looks like the sun is about to go down. Whereas the sunrises are the result of the sun coming up above the clouds, creating a light bulb in the sky.