Flowers

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When photographing flowers, wind is your troublesome matters. To avoid this we would suggest to do your photography early in the morning when there is less chance of wind. If there is a bit of wind, you can use a piece of cardboard or your reflector to create a block. Other option is to bring a flower inside and placing it in front of a white sheet.

Flowers are without a doubt one of the most photographed subjects. We can easily see as they are surrounded us, and their wide range of colours, shapes, and sizes that catches your eye.

There are several ideas that you can follow to get flower photos more impact. You’ll be able to spot an underwhelming photo before you capture it, and reframe the shot in a more interesting way. You will usually get a more interesting photo by shooting a single flower than larger amounts that looking cluttered.

Also when taking photograph of flowers colour is one of the most important things to include. A rich, vibrant shot will look infinitely better than one which is dull and dreary. If shooting outside, choose a day with plenty of bright, natural sunlight to really bring out the colours in your flowers.

Using Manual focusing mode on your camera it’ll take the time to get your flower as sharp as possible. If your camera doesn’t offer manual focusing, use macro mode so that you can keep your flower in focus even at very close range. Try to spend a lot of time and your finger poised on the shutter button, just waiting for your flower to stop swaying about long enough for you to photograph it. Sometimes the wind can be a real problem and sometimes hopefully won’t have to wait too long.

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