Over the past few decades I’ve gotten very good at studying sunlight. Where it is in the sky and how it changes with the seasons.
In the 90s, I used to set up a webcam in my studio the day before a shoot to track the light and be able to playback exactly where it was going to be at any given time on shoot day.
These days, a great app called Artemis does that for me. I can see exactly where the sun is going to be at any point on earth, at a precise time, even weeks in advance. Wonderful. It’s a great thing to live in the future.
I made this photograph of the Morgan Street L station in the evening as the sun was low on the sky and creating beautiful shadows, adding to the lines of the station’s architecture.
Sometimes you don’t need an app.
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