Light is the basis of photography but sometimes the absence of light is also important when we take a pictures. The alternation of lights and shadows in a photo can have stunning results on a composition. By their intensity, the shadows are bearers of information about the time and space in which a particular event takes place and they can establish the atmosphere in the frame.
I took this picture during the Resurrection service at Targoviste Metropolitan Church for Wednesday Shadow Challenge.
“The eye is always caught by light, but shadows have more to say.”Gregory Maguire
Do you agree that shadows have more to say in this photo?