By Connie McDonnough
Nebraska Extension Master Gardener 

Master Gardener:

Photographing Plant Life

 

September 8, 2021



Some photography tips to capture great shots of your garden and landscape:

Anytime is a good time to photograph something in your garden. But to improve your photography, early morning and late afternoon offer the best lighting of the day. Overcast skies also provide naturally diffused lighting. Shooting during these times limits the harsh, bright light of the mid-day sun. Also take lots of shots so you have a variety that you can look over later and choose the best ones to keep as a reminder of this year’s garden.

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