Daylight shadows

Except for portrait photography, I have a real problem to deal with photographs taken in daylight.
Too much details and elements that parasitize the composition of the plan ; the glance loses itself in the picture.
Thanks to contre-jour shot, shadows and silhouettes simplifies the composition of the plan to the extreme, by getting rid of unnecessary details and depth of field.
The eye is then focused on the subject.

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