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hooting into the sun creates challenges aplenty – so some photographers avoid it wherever possible. However, it can produce incredible results for portraits, as Greta Tuckute () explains. “If you can control natural backlighting, it provides an excellent opportunity for vivid and dramatic portraits. The model will not have to squint because of strong sunlight, and harsh and unflattering shadows on the model’s face are avoided. Sun-rays and strong background illumination give portraits an artistic quality without using any studio lighting or

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