Indirect light - using East and west facing windows?

Hiya, and thx for the 'bile! I'm being a bit pedantic, but I believe an Instructables should be accurate so I thought I'd raise it.

You've said that in the morning use east facing windows and in the afternoon use west for indirect lighting. As the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, would that not mean you can get direct sunshine in both cases? Would the other way round be better or did I miss something?

Thx


jessyratfink7 months ago
By direct sunlight, I mean the sun is directly hitting the area you're working in. (A good example is the bright spot in the photo that I attached)

You definitely want to be in bright rooms, just not right in the sun rays, so east in the morning and west in the afternoon is right. :)
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