This light is good for shooting outdoor portraits, as the subtle gradations of light and shade serves to emphasize the soft plastic face. Facilities, construction of which is composed of rigid geometric shapes (eg, architectural), in a weather shooting is not recommended, because without the black and white contrast is difficult to determine their geometric basis. Haze is favorable for shooting on color film. The location and type of clouds also affect the results of shooting. When cumulus clouds, due to the reflected light from clouds, increasing the illumination in the shadows, which is favorable for both color and black and white shots. When cloudy weather sometimes formed zone lighting. It arises when a ray of light breaks through the clouds and illuminates only a small portion of the surface. This lighting can be used to create engaging photographs, for example in a dark tone.
When shooting on location at color film is important to correctly determine the spectral composition of light. It needs to be evaluated separately for the sunlight to light the sky and for the total light from the sun and sky. Total full-time white light (at the height of sun for more than 15 ), which falls on the object in the world, has approximately 4800-5200 K. When taking pictures in color film to consider changing the spectral composition at dawn, dusk and on cloudy days. The spectrum and intensity radiation changes are also on the location of the object – in sun or shade. With a clear sky when the atmosphere scattered blue-violet and ultraviolet rays, the shadows lit by blue light.