The advent of digital photography has enabled everyone to see the results immediately and delete the rejects. The camera you chosse could be as per your convenience and likings alongwith good features.  Pick any brand of digital cemeras you like. Some of the perfect brands include Cannon, Nikon, Olympus, Sony, FujiFilm, Panasonic, Pentax, Casio, Kodak ,and Lieco.

Here are some of the most useful and helpful garden photography tips for you;

  1. If possible, take photos on an overcast day because that is the best light. On bright sunny days, there’s too much contrast; on cloudy days, there is more even light on your subjects which makes the colors more true. That said, taking a photo when the sun is low in the sky is an option.
  2. To get the right picture, sometimes you have to get up early or stay up late.
  3. Watch for interesting contrasts in foliage or cool-looking seedheads. Remember that plants can be just as attractive when they’re not at their peak; even spent blossoms have visual interest.
  4. When you select a subject to photograph, walk all around it to find your shot. Sometimes, you have to get down on the ground so you are on the same level as the plant.
  5. If your intended subjects are wild birds, grab a chair and park yourself in the middle of the garden where they are active. Be patient and stay still: Your shot will come.
  6. Don’t try to stage a natural shot because that’s probably how it will come across visually. Take your time to find the perfect, natural composition and then frame it accordingly.
  7. Watch how the light plays on your subject. Sometimes you could get neat-looking photos when they are backlit or when the light picks up the dew on a plant.
  8. It’s a good idea to have a back-up battery and memory card with you at all times. There’s nothing more frustrating than visiting a stunning garden, being anxious to shoot as many images as possible, only to have the battery die on you or max out the memory card.
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