This is one of my favorite photographs of Peeping Light.
Warm golden colour mixed with the mist and fog create very mystic and calming ambience.
I had clicked this photograph in the University of Pune on a winter morning.
Light coming through soft edge openings, especially with foggy ambience creates most intriguing scenes.
I call this “Peeping Light”.
Peeping light creates very interesting landscapes. They may look very complex to click but in reality they are not so difficult.
The above photograph was clicked with an aperture of 8, using Aperture Priority shooting mode and spot metering.
The trick to get amazing “peeping light” photographs is to shoot them in aperture priority mode with spot metering. Meter the brightest area of the scene and then expose to one or two stops on the positive side. This technique ensures that you do not kill the shadows.
One can also use the technique in the reverse way by metering the shadow areas, however there is a potential danger of creating unwanted blown out highlights areas.
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