Monday, 24 August 2015

How to Photograph Flowers

One of the advantages of photographing flowers is that you can do it in your own garden or a local park and this article from Picture Correct will help you get the best from your flower photography. 

When you first discover how to take photos of flowers it can give you many days of wonderful enjoyment. Flower photography is a favourite type of photography that many people love. It’s not difficult to take photos of flowers if you get all the key elements right. If you don’t have any close to you, or you do not have a garden of your own, then try a nursery or a park. You’re bound to find many varieties of flowers there.

This article is by Amy Renfrey who writes for She is a professional photographer and photography teacher. She shows you how to take the most breathtaking, brilliant, and incredibly stunning photos every single time you press the shutter button, even if you know nothing about photography.

To read the full article and to see some of Amy's stunning photos, follow this link How to Photograph Flowers – PictureCorrect
Here are a couple of my own images of flowers, the first a rose I saw in a country garden in Scotland, and the second of fuscias which were in a pot in my own garden.
Garden Rose


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