|Backlighted Water, Dragoon Mountains, AZ|
I'm a backlight junkie. I love shooting into the sun, despite the challenges it poses with exposure and lens flare. Or maybe partly because of them.
|Cottonwood, Watson Lake, Prescott AZ|
Backlight is magical behind translucent things like cholla spines, fall leaves, and a head of blonde hair. It can also set off a dramatic silhouette, and allows for creation of a sun star if conditions are right.
|Athmospheric, Kofa Mountins, AZ|
Lighted from behind, a foggy or dusty scene is transformed. In fact, backlight gives an opportunity to show a new perspective.
|Forsyth Park, Savannah GA|
All this is true, but mostly I love the luscious and beautiful depth of emotion that's available in a backlighted scene.
|Poppy, White Tank Mountains AZ|
There are worse addictions, right?