Yes, there are time differences between countries, states and cities, but I’ve noticed time differences affect photography.
The outside light changes through the day. You may not notice the vast difference in light as the day proceeds, but through a camera lens that light difference is magnified!
Pictured below is one of my newest stoneware mugs glazed with a brilliant turquoise glaze with bare bottoms.
The picture on the left was taken in the morning while the picture on the right was taken in the late afternoon. While I think each picture is wonderful on its own, the color difference became a problem when posting the collection of pictures on my Etsy site.
If you are like me, I don’t like to spend a lot of time editing my photographs. The time difference between photo shoots of my stoneware turquoise mugs was too great.
So, I am scrapping all of them and starting over to achieve results like this eye popping photograph below!
Time stamp on this photo is duly noted but that was in July!
I wonder with the lighting will be at 3:30 p.m. in August?
2 thoughts on “Time Differences”
What a great observation. Things look “the same”, but then you take a picture, and you wonder what changed.
The latest photo is gorgeous. Love the colors.
Thank you floatinggold 🙂