Ed Rooney Posted December 6, 2013 Share Posted December 6, 2013 I've been trying to find NYCat's comment on shooting on overcast days, but I cannot find it. Sure I shoot on overcast days . . . but I much prefer the light of open shade (not on the sunny side of the street). Open shade is often brighter and the direction of the light is better. The light on overcast days is overhead lighting and can cause problems, shadows where we don't want them. Paulette's comment was a response to my saying I wanted a sunshine day to test the RX10. That's because sunshine makes all the varied lighting situations available for my tests. I see no sun in NYC in the near future. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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