Flowers are the symbol of love, peace and bountiful creativity of Mother Nature. Their beauty, contour and colors are still unmatched. Everybody finds them breathtaking and our first post of flowers is one of our most liked posts ever.
This is a collection of superb close-up photography, you will see some brilliant flower pictures for your inspiration.
And as usual, we have gathered a few great photography tips and tricks for taking such shots.
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- Don’t take your shots in the mid-day bright sun, that causes light burst.
- Find dark backgrounds. Over dark BG’s flowers look dramatic, that’s a majestic view.
- Light reflection from below the flower works great. If you don’t have the professional lights for such an occasion, just use ilumenium foil on the surface to reflect the sunlight back to the flower.
- Believe it or not, foggy days are best for taking flower photos. Fog creates a natural diffusion effect.
- You can create your own fog by placing a tracing-paper sheet over the flowers. You can experiment with a piece of cloth or anything that suits, experiment a bit, you have nothing to lose.
- Deliberately blur the surroundings, they are not important. Just the flower is important.
- Use lower ISO setting if you have a digital camera, otherwise pictures will carry noise.
Flower Photography Collection:
Blue Tulip by itash
Tulip by fillefilur