Digital Photography Tip: Better Flower Photos

April 13, 2013

Digital Photography Tip: Better Flower Photos

Spring is one my favorite times for lots of reasons, including the amazing number of prospects for great digital photography.

Flowers are especially high on my list of photographic opportunities.

Here’s a quick tip to help you take better flower photos.

Images that show flower stems placed parallel to the edge of your photo can look a little lifeless and flat:

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Instead, try angling the image a bit to throw the stem into a slight diagonal:

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The change is small, but it makes a big difference!




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