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On photographing sunbeams
Sunbeams are a great way of adding depth and drama to a shot. Capturing wonderful, dramatic and stunning sunbeams filtering through trees, clouds, windows, buildings and trees is more a matter of moment and photographic skills.

FOR CAPTURING an image with sunbeams autumn weather is most appropriate for creating the essential conditions for sunbeams. Careful planning and applying the following techniques can ensure you some good shots of sunbeams at their best.

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Since, sunbeams require the right amount of mist, sunlight and situation, the best time to capture sunbeams is in the morning but requires a bit of exploration for the best location such as bodies of water or cloudy days in the morning of evening.

Sunbeams create a sense of awe in the viewer, so one needs to look for objects that generate sunbeams such as trees, leaves and branches carefully. Look for the big sunbeams as smaller ones are visually unappealing to the viewer.

Adjust your shot to find a good balance by changing one's position and the angle - and get the right number and length of sunbeams around a tree or a building.

On the other hand, these types of adjustments are often difficult in the case of capturing sunbeams through clouds, and best, you can avoid flare by using a hood.

Positioning the camera is very important to compose your shot by avoid shooting directly into the sun. Proper metering for light can can give needed detail within the image.

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