The Content Of The Article:
- When is the best time to take pictures?
- What do you have to pay attention to when creating larger situations?
- We are looking for your pictures!
The garden is now showing its best side. Photo journalist Martin Schröder gives you useful tips to skilfully capture the abundance of flowers with the camera.
When is the best time to take pictures?
Photojournalist Martin SchröderBest in the early morning or late evening hours. Then the light is the most beautiful: colors and shapes are best shown. In bright midday sun the structures disappear and the contrasts between light and shadow become too high. If the light comes directly from behind, the picture looks flat and two-dimensional. Better is sidelight.
What do you have to pay attention to when creating larger situations?
Crocuses in the sunshine photographed by photographer Martin Schörder
Every picture needs an eye-catcher, which should not necessarily be in the middle of the picture. For example, a beautiful flower, a Hochstämmchen or a curved path. Arranging is worthwhile: put away the garden hose, take out withered blossoms and decorate the garden table nicely. The image section should not be too small. Later you can still make the picture smaller, but a half-photographed treetop can not be replaced anymore.
We are looking for your pictures!
This image from Userin "Jonathana" was added to the top list of the most beautiful photos by the editorsShow us your pictures under garten-foto.de. Here, the editorial team regularly looks for successful shots, which she then includes in her photo top list. If your picture for the magazine of MY in question, we will contact you and pay a fee for impression.