23 comments on “My Flower photos (part 1)

  1. I understand – I love photographing flowers but there are some that I’ve repeatedly tried but still haven’t discovered the secret. But I will continue to think about them and try again. These really do display their beauty – great job.

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    • Thank you for sharing your experience, Pat. Some of many things you can do is to look at it closely and isolate it from unnecessary things surround it. e,g : leaves, weeds, etc. and of course the lens you are using…. those above was take with 18 -105mm lens in opening F stop 8. Avoid strong light on the sybject. Hope it helps.. But It all depends upon light condition.

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  2. I love photographing flowers, but I’m so terrible at it, haha. It doesn’t help that I don’t have a proper macro lens either. Can’t wait for summer to come around though, so I can go out and practice photographing some flowers.

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    • Well,..Don’t give up… hahaha. I use 18 – 105mm lens that is not a macro. or you can use 20-200mm one that will work good too. Both lenses can blur the background. In certain condition when enough lighting, overcast situation is perfect for photographing flowers. Thank you very much for sharing your great words.

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  3. Yes, it’s hard to get a really nice photograph oftentimes when there’s so much going on in the background. But you have always been good at marrying the technical with the artistic and you succeed, again and again. I love the Clivia – so beautiful. Looking forward to more. (Come see a few tropical flowers in my latest blog post, from a conservatory in Seattle!). https://bluebrightly.com/

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