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Learn to be an excellent flower photographer.

This Post is Part 6 of The Anatomy of a Flower Photo Shoot: “Getting to Know You” Did you ever think about the fact that you have to get to “know” your subject? No matter how technically correct you are as a photographer, you cannot capture your subject’s best features or personality unless you get […]

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This post is Part 4 of “An Anatomy of a Flower Photo Shoot” and I will discuss “framing and composition”. First let’s talk about “framing” your subject. In order to “frame” your subject, you must “identify” your subject.  When we are photographing flowers, that means you need to decide if you are going to photograph […]

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An Anatomy of a Flower Photo Shoot – Part 3 In Part 3 of “An Anatomy of a Flower Photo Shoot”, I’m going to discuss lens selections for Flower Photography. Photography is a wonderful journey that I’ve taken for my entire adult life and the more I photograph flowers the more I learn about photographing […]

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I’ve had conversations with hundreds of flower photographers over the last five years and one comment I hear a lot is, “I don’t like blur – I want my entire image in focus”.  That is a personal choice and there is nothing wrong with it.  While soft and somewhat out-of-focus flower images are in vogue […]

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