Twilight Evening | Shot with Natural Light
The key to Twilight Evening portraiture is shooting at dusk to keep a rich color in the sky. We want to shoot in the direction of the light or environment which allows for your subject to be slightly backlit by the now deepening sky. When shooting we are looking to maximize dynamic range and this calls for a higher ISO and wider aperture. As we learned in Photography 101, shoot only in native ISO, even if it means we shoot at a higher ISO and pull down exposure. This will capture the most image detail possible and reveal less banding in the shadows.