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Pro gives advice for better garden photography

For the best exposures, photographer and author Janet Loughrey recommends taking photographs either early or late in the day or on overcast days to avoid the sun's glare.
For the best exposures, photographer and author Janet Loughrey recommends taking photographs either early or late in the day or on overcast days to avoid the sun's glare.
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How do you take good photos of a garden? How do you get images that are clear enough to identify the flowers, or capture the sweep of color of a border or that simply can be carried along to a nursery to decide what other plants would add interest to a particular flower bed? Author Janet Loughrey wrote about and photographed more than 50 garden locations around Saratoga, most of which appear in her latest ...

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