Simple Photo Tip For Spring Flowers


Here is tip #2…when photographing outdoor nature shots, experiment with the background. These pictures were taken on the same shoot. The above shot is set in flower mode, to slightly blur the background.

This one was shot in standard mode, but I moved low enough on the ground to capture the blue sky behind the daffodil.  With flowers, it is always worth trying to capture the sky when it is bright outside. Remember…these are all with a simple point and shoot. Most cameras can provide interesting shots when set up well.




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Committed to a life of purpose. Learning to live abundantly. Embracing creativity. Questioning. Delighting in the comforts of home and family. Determining not to settle only for how things are, but how they could be. Writing is part of who I am, so I trust In God who gave the gift to show me how I can serve Him through it. That is my life…one word at a time. Psalm 89:11a“Teach me your way , O Lord, and I will walk in your truth”

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