Shooting outdoors can pose a challenge even to more experienced photographers. Ensuring that you have access to the right equipment as well as the basic techniques that will allow you to make the most out of each shot can make a big difference in the outcome. Learning a few tips about how to photograph even a large garden can really pay off.
With the abundance of natural light you can find shooting outdoors making use of the early morning or later evening lighting conditions can give your compositions a better quality of illumination. Screens and shades may be called for if these hours are not possible for you. With a wide range of filters you should be able to capture professional quality images even in less than ideal lighting.
The real advantage of digital photography is that you will not have to worry about the cost and time it takes to develop your photos. Making the most out of this advantage can mean taking as many shots as possible. With plenty of angles, macro and landscape shots you can be sure to document every possible view of the garden you are shooting. Selecting and editing the best images can be easier when you have plenty to choose form.