Learn to Create Studio Quality Photographs During Outdoor Photo Shoots

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There really is something breathtaking about seeing a nice photograph of a plant or flower against a white backdrop. As much as we like to see macro photographs of flowers and wildlife in their natural environment, you don’t really see the intricate details of some subjects until you see them contrasted with a bright, white background. Most of the time, photographers take their subjects into the studio to create this effect. However, there is a way to capture amazing, studio quality photographs while you are out in the field too!

In today’s macro photography tutorial you will learn a simple technique that will allow you to isolate your subjects – plants, flowers, insects, etc… – against a bright white background. And best of all, you don’t need to invest in a lot of expensive, additional equipment to pull this one off!



How about that for a simple technique to make all of your outdoor photographs look like you captured them in a professional photography studio? If you are anything at all like us, you love being able to learn new things about photography. This is such a simple technique that many photographers aren’t even aware of. Rob did a great job in sharing a killer photography trick that virtually any macro photographer can easily put to work the next time they are out at the local park, garden or nature preserve on a photo shoot.

All you need to do to try this technique out is to head to the local hardware store and get yourself a sheet of white acrylic, like Rob used in this photography lesson. Keep that acrylic on hand with your other photography gear, and you’ll always be ready to take outdoor photographs that look like they were created in a high end photography studio.

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