Try Different Angles When Photographing Flowers

Try a different angle when photographing flowers. Look up towards the sky. Makes ordinary sunflowers look just heavenly.

By Jennifer from Riverview, FL

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July 24, 20080 found this helpful

i agree, here is a picture of one of my sunflowers. thought you might enjoy.

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July 25, 20080 found this helpful

My sister and I just started a business about silk flowers arrangement. We want to open our web side and the pictures we took with a digital camera do not come as pretty as our creations. If somebody can give us a hint of how to take good pictures indoors, it would be greatly appreciated.

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July 26, 20080 found this helpful

I loved the different ange. I had to look down on my magnolia, but still felt tht it captured teh image with the seends pretty well..

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July 30, 20080 found this helpful

I PHOTOGRAPH MY DOUBLE DELIGHT ROSES AND CRIMSON HIBISCUS AT DIFFERENT ANGLES AND WITH DIFFERENT SETTINGS ON MY CAMERA. IT GIVES A NEW DIMENSION TO THE FLOWERS. THE ATTACHED HIBISCUS WAS PHOTOGRAPHED WITH A DIFFERENT SETTING ON THE CAMERA AND AFTER A RAINFALL; THE RAIN DROPLETS CAN BE SEEN ON THE BUD.

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February 18, 20120 found this helpful

@wandago - Nice shot, what camera are you using? Changing one's setting with the newer point and shoot cameras may be difficult/impossible at best.

@sol - If you are shooting indoors under florescent light by all means use a FLD lens filter if possible. That will take the harshness of the florescent light(s), also use a slave flash. This helps remove unwanted shadows. If your camera can not use a slave flash, than use extra lighting to give a more natural light environment. You might use a flash defuser if it is available for your camera.

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February 18, 20120 found this helpful

Some reason the image didn't get attached.

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