How to Photograph Flowers Close-up

When I’m feeling down or sick I always photograph or do some post work on flowers. I love flowers and to visualize them up close is my cup of tea and it makes me feel good! I’ve had some crazy weeks lately. I’m sure you’ve been there before. To find what relaxes me is good, and as you can tell from this post, it is flowers. Here are some quick tips on how to photograph flowers close-up.

Use a Plexi Glass

Clover flower processed in Black and White.

Think 3 for a fun Composition.

Multiple focused images combined into one for more depth-of-field.

Use a tent for soft lighting.

I hope that you have a subject to photograph that just makes you smile, even if you don’t try photographing a flower.

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Cheers to smiling!

Janice Sullivan
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How to Photograph Flowers Close-up

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2 Comments on “How to Photograph Flowers Close-up”

  1. Rich Green says:

    That rose looks fantastic! My favorite.


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