Where do photo in Moscow? Such a question not only of the capital but Muscovites who just started studying photography. Seemingly easier-left on red square and take pictures for your pleasure. And indeed it is, but only partly.
To make a beautiful picture you need to take into account many nuances. This concerns not only Moscow, but also of any city. Let's walk through our example with the red square.
To make a beautiful picture of red square needs:
- Good weather. What is a good weather from the perspective of a photographer? Not necessarily, this should be a bright sky. Red square would look fine on a background of clouds. Even storm clouds when they sharply delineated will make your photo a stylish and beautiful. And here is overcast, uniform grey sky will make your photos boring.
- The time of day. I like to photograph at night, but that's a personal preference of mine. Good time of day for photography-sunset or dawn.
- Events. Red square can be periodically closed to visitors. And take a picture at this time you will not be able to.
There are many factors-rain, snow, wind. All of this will affect the quality of the pictures.
Today we look at the first site, where you can make beautiful images of the Moscow Patriarch's Bridge.
Than good Patriarchal bridge?
- Firstly, the Moscow river is pretty always, in any weather.
- Secondly, all parties views-the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Moscow Kremlin, Moscow-city, Red October and monument, the House on the embankment.
- Thirdly, the distance of objects of relatively small and you can use normal whale lens or take photos of the usual SOAP dish or even a Smartphone.
- Fourthly, it is the center of Moscow.
I cite as an example photos taken with Patriarchal Bridge at night in early April 2016 onwards.