Originally Posted by rich
It's mainly going to be a winter problem; in the summer the sun is too high in the sky unless either it's a silly height target or the shoot is going on pretty late, say after 6pm.
I think I know my piece of land well enough to avoid the risk.
The sun's rays get "blown" past Shebbear so it dont matter lol
we had it at Tondu last year, lots of people had white out, though Leup users did not
Thats why for this years winter round i made sure none of the south - westerly targets were elevated shots, pointing up towards the sky.