Taking Better Macro Photos of Flowers – 4 Tips
Today’s macro photography lesson is going to help you transition to taking more impressive close-ups of flowers. You will learn four helpful tips that you should keep in mind every time you plan on heading out to the local park or garden to take macro photographs of flowers in bloom. Check out the three helpful tips that Chris has to share with you in today’s macro photography video tutorial…
Now that you know the foundational information that you must use when you set out to take photographs of flowers, you are well prepared to take better up-close flower photographs on your next nature photo shoot. But before you do, let’s recap those four tips one more time:
1. Use a lens with a 1:1 ratio.
2. Use Live View in conjunction with Manual Focus.
3. Use a nice, sturdy tripod.
4. Consider using a remote switch or cable release.
You may want to write those tips down in your journal to have them on hand when you go out to photograph flowers. Consider these four tips to be the foundational information that you need to remember in order to take your best flower photographs ever.
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