Tips and Tricks to Take Better Macro Photographs of Flowers

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It’s no secret that lots of casual photographers get bitten by the macro photography bug the very first time they see a dazzling, extreme close-up shot of flowers. Even though you can take macro photographs using virtually anything as your subject of choice, it’s often flowers that are the most inspiring and easy to find subjects available. But just because flower macro photographs are popular, that doesn’t mean that it’s easy to capture the best shots of these natural wonders. It takes a bit of technical know-how to take the best flower photographs.

And technical teaching is just what we have for you in today’s macro photography tutorial. If you find yourself struggling with figuring out what accessories to use and what settings to employ, we believe you’ll find today’s macro photography lesson to be extremely helpful. Spend a few minutes watching this video lesson and you’ll be taking better flower close-ups in the very near future…


With so many macro photography tutorials loaded with very vague advice, it’s nice to find a lesson that shows you exactly what you need to do to take the very best macro shots of flowers. We suggest watching this video lesson a few times and even taking notes on the settings that were used. That way, the next time you’re out and about on a macro photography shoot, you’ll be well prepared to make the most of your shooting time.

Remember, though, that the lighting conditions available during this video lesson were very close to optimal. You may not always luck out and have perfect natural light available. But don’t let that stop you from using the tips and techniques you learned from today’s macro tutorial lesson. Before too long, you’ll be capturing shot after shot of flower photographs that will certainly impress your audience.

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Recommended reading –
1. Using the Reverse Lens Technique for Macro Photography
2. Using Extension Tubes for Macro Photography

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