Timing of Indoor Light
Discover how the time of day impacts the quality of indoor light.
Some days it comes streaming through our windows, warming our homes with pockets of warm, harsh light and other days it’s a bit softer, or perhaps It’s a cooler light that filters through, setting the mood for a chilled dreary day.
You can experience different types of light as it shifts throughout your home - but no matter how it is that day, it sets the mood for our photos and can add depth and emotion to them, as well as add to the story within your photo and clue us into what time of day (or year!) it is.
Don’t think of window light as simply flat, boring light - you are so wrong. I want to help you learn to see window light in a new way, pushing yourself as it changes in your home throughout the day and embracing it within your photos.
Christine Singleton started her photographer journey back in high school by taking a black and white photography film class. She later regained interest in photography after hiring her wedding photographer, and becoming inspired by her work. A friendship formed and the two of them worked together for years before Christine started shooting around her home and fell in love with the important moments and simplicity of lifestyle/documentary photography. As now a mother of three, Christine is a stay at home mother that captures the lives of her littles ones as they grow up. Christine’s work has been featured on pages such as: Beyond the Wanderlust, EXOH blog, Soul Focus, Mozi Magazine, Fantastically Flawed, Let the Kids Dress Themselves, The Monochromatic Lens, The Freelensed and more. Christine’s work has been printed in Prop Insanity Magazine + Guide 2015, Beyond the Wanderlust October VII Edition and earned a top finalist x3 in the 2016 Shoot + Share competition with two of her photos gaining Top 100 awards.