After a sunset is there suddenly more light on an object coming from above as opposed to coming from the side?
>>4103075There should be less light, but I guess that there are exceptions to this as well. The advantage of blue hour is that there will be no light coming directly from the sun, meaning diffused light, softer shadows and less contrast coming from the sky.
>>4103075What usually happens is that the light that exists is far softer and more diffused. On a clear morning or evening just before the sun comes up or just after it goes down, here will be less light but the light will pretty much evenly cover everything, instead of the harsh shadow and highlight opposition you get when the sun is out.
>>4103320>>4103303Thank you for your responses
>>4103075You’re asking if after the sun has set is there more light coming from above?
>>4103814>than from the sidesYou're missing that part. Reading comprehension eh?
>>4103930wouldn't that be an overcast sky?
>>4104929Color is grey. Early morning light is usually a very soft yellow-white to blue. It's very nice. It's great for large sculpture, architecture, and car photography.