Do you remember experimenting with shadows as a child? Or drawing your silhouette using torch-light? Creating shadow pictures can be an amazing experience. If you like taking these pictures yourself, you can include the subject in your picture as well. You can capture numerous subjects on your camera an animal, a flower, a family member or an inanimate object. You can have varying shadow lengths depending on how you have placed the light source. So the same object is capable of producing infinite pictures. Try out this unusual experiment which may start you off on a brand new hobby.
Do you remember being fascinated with ever changing shadows when you were a child? Or the time when you tried to jump over your friendâ€™s shadow? Do shadows still intrigue you after all these years? You could take your fascination further by taking your own pictures of shadows. You can use the natural source of light the sun or an artificial one-a torch or a candle. Be experimental; and try a variety of tricks for all kinds of results. Moonlight produces some sensational shadows; something else that you can try out. Click shadows of animals, birds, objects or people to start your collection.
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