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If the mid­day sun is too high for your DSLR to han­dle, move to a spot of shade. This could be un­der a palm tree (if you’re lucky!) or build­ing. Try not to worry about how ridicu­lous you might look crouch­ing down in bushes. Shaded light is softer, shad­ows are weaker and the con­trast is lower. If you’re com­pletely in the open and can’t get around it, make use of your lens hood to avoid flare and glare.

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