6th of November 2001 (Tue), 22:32
I use my SureShot A50 while tracking wild animals in Oregon and other NW states. I am usually faced with taking shots of tracks in low contrast settings such as sand, mud, or snow. Shadows help, of course, but I don't have much control over that. Sometimes the photo actually looks reversed (a mound rather than a depression)--I haven't figured out how to avoid this illusion yet. Any tips for making the track stand out would be appreciated.