With spring here, flower photography is in full bloom! For me, spring is inspiring. There’s something about the budding flowers, the newly green foliage, the sounds of birds, the longer days, the warmer sun that give me the sense that the earth has been reborn. And it’s all worth capturing on (digital) film.
This is the reason that, as you may have noticed, I post about flower and macro photography a lot at this time of year. It’s what is on my mind…
So it’s not surprising that I found the video below so intriguing.
Sponsored by B&H, the video features renowned nature photographers Denise Ippolito and Arthur Morris, sharing tips and techniques for capturing flowers and foliage images that are tack-sharp and perfectly exposed. But there’s way more here than tips and hints for taking great flower photos. Along with those, we also get treated to a slideshow of some truly spectacular flowers photos.
I think you’ll enjoy it!
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I love images that are steeped in rich, luscious colors.
But I also love the simplicity and charm of black and white photography. There's just something so classic and timeless about a black and white image. Black and white photos are all about shapes and textures and the way that the light plays with those elements. And without color, there's nothing to distract from the message/emotion captured in an image.