When scheduling an outdoor portrait session with Fresh Imagery, you may notice that we recommend shooting during a very precise time of day – generally the last sixty to ninety minutes before the sun has completely set.
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This special window known to photographers as “The Golden Hour” is the period of time when the light from the sun is at its most perfect. With its long rays diffused across the entire sky, the light creates a flattering glow and shimmer for picture perfect skintones and deliciously warm portraits.
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During midday, when every ray of the sun seems to find its way to our delicate, overexposed skin, the shadows created are usually too deep in contrast to the glare. Instead of fighting the harsh light, it’s better to schedule outdoor shooting during the Golden Hour when the sun still works its magic—but in our favour.
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You can book your Golden Hour shoot with Bridgette by clicking here.
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