Mid-Day Light

Where: Vancouver Canada

 

 

Between Meeting: Lunch

 

 

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I was in Vancouver for a meeting with London Drugs and had some free time during lunch.

 

 

Mid-Day is usually the worst time to make photographs because the light is flat and two dimensional.  I have been known to violate the Jay Maisel rule of carrying the camera if its mid-day, because the lens cap rarely comes off in that type of bad light.

 

 

But I noticed an interesting outdoor fountain and people walking in an area that was shaded.  The shaded area created contrast for an end of day vs mid-day light.   Its also an example of how powerful Black-and-White can be, per the recent series of videos I produced.

 

 

 

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