Lighting in photography is crucial, and yet, more often than not we can’t control how the sunlight hits our subjects.
This is my hometown, Sucre. At a point in history and all through South America it was known as the White City of America. The city centre stays true to that name, with beautiful colonial white buildings, houses and churches. As the city grew more and more people have built their homes to their own liking, or budget. The bricks people use to build homes are orange, and the city has taken an orange feel too.
I wanted to capture how between shadows, when the sun set downs, the city transforms. This golden look spreads all throughout.