There are a lot of things that you need to focus while shooting in a sunny day as well as in a cloudy climate. It is because when you have to shoot under severe climatic conditions, you have to get things right with the help of all the features that are available to you. Canon EOS 5D Mark III cameras, Canon EOS 7D Mark II and most of the advanced compact cameras allow the user to create shots that are not affected by most of the surrounding climates or light and dark conditions. But still they need to keep the settings in the correct positions so that the surrounding light may not affect the image.
While you are shooting on a sunny day in Australia, you have to focus on various things that may contribute to the image quality. It can be the light as well as the other objects around.
Here is a list of things you will have to take care of:
The flash feature
You should always use the flash feature very carefully. During the daylight and sunny days you should not fire the flash as it will create an overly exposed image. This will cause a severe distortion of the image. Canon EOS 760D and Nikon D3300 offer great capability to indicate the light options that are around the object.
The shutter mode
You should use the shutter speed in a very careful manner that allows you to capture the images in a way, that provides sufficient yet controlled amount of light to come in. The Nikon D810 and Nikon D5500 has got great features to provide excellent light modes to give you best results.
ISO speed and contrast
Iso speed can be adjusted slightly to create sharper images in light conditions. A few of the best options like Nikon D5200 and Nikon D7200 provide with great capability for controlling such options.
Contrast and polarization
Contrast and polarizations should also be adjusted to give you sharp distinction within the object and the background.