In conjunction with my previous post I have discovered a great free desktop application, for tracking the sun’s movememnt through the day at any location throughout the world. Thanks to a blog post on David Tejada’s site. You can now use the ‘The photographer’s Ephemeris‘ Tool to see very comprehensive information about the Sun and Moon’s position overlaid on a satellite image map. If used with the Elevation of Obstacle Calculator you can determine the precise distance of shadow fall from an object with the sun behind.
Update ‘How will the Sun affect my photograph’
South West London Pathology Laboratory Portrait – St. George’s University NHS Foundation Trust Hospital
Recently photographed the pathology labs at St. George’s Hospital, Tooting, London. Capturing portraits of the staff at work and equipment. The labs provide diagnostic services… Read More »South West London Pathology Laboratory Portrait – St. George’s University NHS Foundation Trust Hospital
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