SCRIPT To get the most amount of light and the least amount of shadows the subject directly into the sun. The way to tell that is look at your own shadow. Have your shadow or your tripod pointing directly to the subject. That will guarantee you’re getting the most light on your subject.
PRACTICE On a sunny day, take a picture early in the morning or late in the afternoon when the shadows are long.
Take a picture with a wide angle of the subject showing the shadow of the tripod or the photographer pointing to the subject.
Study your results. Write in 25-75 words your observations in your Progress Report.