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In the Photos of the Readers of La Vanguardia we can admire the spectacle of the yellowish backlights that occur in the autumn trees of Matadepera, in the Vallès Occidental, at certain times of the day, when the sun hits in such a way that this effect is generated.
Backlit is a photographic technique in which the camera is pointed directly at a light source. This technique produces backlighting of the object.
In addition, it causes various effects such as a strong contrast between light and dark, hides details in the photograph, creates silhouettes and accentuates lines and shapes.
The sun, or other light source, is often seen as a bright spot or strong glare behind the subject. A fill light can be used to illuminate the side of the subject facing the camera.
Matadepera has multiple mulberry trees in the streets and squares of the center, trees that, at this time of year, invite you to walk and enjoy the joy of their autumn colors, something that is repeated every year around this time.