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...also taken in difficult lighting with snow and harsh light filtered through trees,
Photographers have different preferences for light - after reading many photography books it starts to sound like photos should be taken always in "golden light". Personally I'm really bored to soft warm light photos, it's very worn out look - More or less I try to avoid doing those cliche shots (and exception breaks the rule as always...). While I shoot in forests one of the most important tools are shadows caused by other trees, sometimes one has to wait for long time to get light to your subject, and it may not happen at all.
but the same lens in an evenly lit summer evening on your Volvo (or was it Saab?) is capable of producing more 3D.
Saab these days, used to be Volvo guy but when I had to leave to army had to switch car (had 240 diesel) since my car just turned it's 1st million and to continue it would have needed quite a lot of maintenance. Didn't have money for other Volvo so I bough Saab, and for some reason I'm now on my 3rd Saab even I could buy Volvo if I would like to waste money to car. Thou from the cars I have photographed it may have been Volvo as well if I have shown photo here.
On the following day (of previous photos) the spring ended and winter came bag, more snow and very different light - tried to catch the snowfall also to sensor.
Carl Zeiss Distagon T* 1.4/35 @ f/2.8, 1/320s, 5DmkII
Carl Zeiss Distagon T* 1.4/35 @ f/1.4, 1/1250s, 5DmkII (the contrast edge between snow and darker background got very ugly green fringe, removed that by desaturation of green channel, masked with few strokes to Wacom tablet in Apple Aperture)
Carl Zeiss Distagon T* 1.4/35 @ f/1.4, 1/320s, 5DmkII
And sure I use the soft light many times, but these are so cliche that I try to avoid shooting them - Carl Zeiss Distagon T* 1.4/35 @ f/11, 1/40s, 5DmkII (vignetting slider touched)