Light is the principal ingredient of photography. Thus, don’t lighten the entire base of the sphere just because’ but rather think of where the light is and the way it’s bouncing. Sun light is easily the most important aspect to shoot stunning architectural photographs. Knowing where the sun will be at what time is critical to planning a prosperous shoot when using natural light.
If you shoot in the sun wide open, you will receive a large, overexposed blob where the sun is. The way in which the sun falls on a subject, will earn a harsh impact as it hits the subject. Folks are much too scared about shooting into sunlight. In hot nations, even in the event the sun shines in the center of the day there’s too much light and warm fog that leads to poor contrast.
In cases where it is not available, you can still shoot with backlighting. Basically, be sure you’re in between sunlight and the beer, and you’re facing away from sunlight. When you shoot into sunlight, especially if you are likely to include sunlight in the scene, your lens should be squeaky clean or it will mess with the flare.