Wild weather, rain showers, a rainbow, lots of light and lots of shade at the same time. With this photo some things happen in the foreground. This leads to the picture developing into depth. For this picture Sußbauer was on the road for a while. "You always have to wait for the right moment and then see or recognize it," he says. Then it's time to have the camera ready with the right settings: "It's like being a goalkeeper at FC Bayern. You have nothing to do for a long time, but suddenly you have to be fast and react correctly," he explains.
In his opinion, the picture is basically not difficult to photograph. The selected aperture value for the image is f8. The selected aperture creates a large depth of field in the image: "This means that, depending on the focal length and focus distance, I have a depth of field in the image towards infinity. If, for example, you focus with a focal length of 32 millimeters and f8 at a distance of at least 6.77 meters, you get a sharpness of about 3.5 meters to infinity."
Sußbauer focused on the stones in the foreground, which made the whole picture sharp. Due to the exposure time of 1/125 seconds he was able to take the pictures well even without a tripod.