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■ Some light­ing con­di­tions are so fleet­ing that you have to move fast to use them. They gen­er­ally in­volve lim­ited ar­eas of sun­light, such as when fast-mov­ing breaks in a cloudy sky have patches of sun­light rac­ing across the ground, or when an open­ing, like a win­dow or a nar­row gap be­tween build­ings, is a long way from the light fall­ing – this hap­pens in a large cathe­dral, for ex­am­ple. Prob­a­bly the ul­ti­mate is a rain­bow, which of course moves with you for as long as it lasts. In all cases, the trick is to find your view­point speed­ily.

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