Posted on Dec 07, 2010 | Comments 0
Flowerbeds can be beautiful as they offer some wonderful colors and shapes. Many photographers take dozens of photos of flowers, but when they check the images on a computer screen they feel a little disappointed because the photos aren’t as colourful and interesting as the flowers were.
There are a few simple ways to recreate the image of the flowers into your digital camera. You should choose a low vantage point. If you take the photos from above you often get more stems, leaves, and the ground than you do of the flower blossoms. Try kneeling down to the level of the flowers. You can then shoot with a distant and slightly defocused background and this can add a sense of depth in the image.
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