Flowers can be perfect photography subjects – they come in all shapes and sizes. In addition to that, their amazing colors can make images truly eye-catching and dramatic. Flower photography doesn’t have to include only flowers in bloom – you can photograph buds, twigs, stems, leaves, dry flowers and even insects.
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1.Shoot Flowers On Cloudy Days
You might think that a sunny and cloudless day is the perfect occasion for shooting flowers, but it’s often not like that. Cloudless sky can make the available light harsh and emphasize shadows, which…
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