Lucky Number Seven: 7 Tips to Shoot Better Flower Photographs

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People have always considered the number 7 to be the ultimate lucky number. And while we certainly can’t prove if this number is really lucky or not, we think all photographers can agree that it doesn’t hurt to have a little bit of Lady Luck on your side when you are out on a photo shoot. As it turns out, you can improve your chances of being lucky (i.e. capturing better photographs on a consistent basis) by keeping a handful of basic, photographic guidelines in mind.

Today’s video tutorial will take you through the Lucky 7 list of guidelines to consistently shoot better flower photographs. So if you have been struggling with mastering the art of taking great photographs of flowers and plants, check out these tips to shoot better flower photographs right now!



Taking great flower photographs – whether you shoot them from a slight distance or shoot macro photographs – all starts with having the right perspective, distance from your subject and the willingness to think outside of the box. As you just learned, it’s easy for just about anyone to shoot a run-of-the-mill flower photographs. But it’s only when you employ these seven smart guidelines on a regular basis that you’ll begin capturing flower shots that amaze, inspire and enrapture your viewing audience.

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