Taking a picture of the sun in all it’s full glory is a great way to capture something a bit different and provides an opportunity to explore the rules that govern how one must take a picture.
I can remember many times as a youngin being told to never take a picture when the sun is behind the subject. Yes I understand the logic of that advice but if you’re an explorer of new images that type of thing is just plain stifling!!!!
So many interesting moods can be captured by going purposely against the grain and I’m not talking about a full-blown rebellion here!! I am discussing how creative thinking should challenge assumptions such as “blue and green should never be seen” Where did that come from???
Someone better tell God that one because how good does a blue sky look against a green landscape??