Should you even try to take pictures when the light is horribly wrong ?
This is the dilemma of any garden photographer when traveling or going into a garden that you may never get to see again. How do you get some kind of picture worth sharing, something beyond the snapshot that serves as a memory jog?
It is easy to tell students to wait for the good light or to plan a visit in the early morning or late afternoon, but there are times you have no choice but to see a garden when the light is difficult. Continue Reading →