Most people start out their photography journey learning how to light their photos using natural light, and many photographers continue to use it for work at home, both because of its look and because it saves on space that might be tight wherever you live. If you enjoy working with natural light in your home studio, be sure to check out this great video with lots of helpful tips and tricks.
Coming to you from Anita Sadowska, this excellent video details a lot of helpful tips for getting better photos when working with natural light at home. Many of us may not have artificial lighting setups at home for reasons of space or inconvenience, but that should not stop you from taking time to shoot at home, particularly now, when you might be spending a lot more time at home than normal. If you remember your basic principles of light and take care to shape it properly (a 5-in-1 reflector or a homemade diffusion cloth can work wonders), it can be a very versatile and flattering source, especially when you get that very soft window light or warm golden hour rays. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Sadowska.