During past visits, we have mostly visited St. Peter’s Basilica in the morning or early afternoon and have found the natural light conditions ok for photography. However, based on often cited benefits of reduced entrance queues and crowds, we are considering an evening visit for our next trip.
As such, I’m curious about the lighting conditions (natural or artificial) for photography at this time of day. Unfortunately, I’ve had very little luck finding useful information online to address this question so I’m hopeful that someone here might be able to share their experiences with late afternoon/evening visits in regard to my question about light conditions.
Thanks all in advance