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The Joy of Low Angle Flowers

Thursday, September 9, 2010

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The Joy of Low Angle Flowers

As summer starts to wind down, there are still a lot of flowers to be photographed! Summer garden flowers are still looking good, while fall blooming species both in gardens and in the wild are beginning to blossom. The most common way flowers are photographed is from a position about 45 degrees above the blossom. […]

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Low-Angle Close-Ups

Saturday, May 8, 2010

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Low-Angle Close-Ups

[Editors Note: This week is Macro week here on DPE with Rob Sheppard. We’ll be having a macro tip every day, make to sure to check them all out!] Look at a lot of close-up and macro photography. Notice how much of it is looking down on the subject. Nothing wrong with that but it […]

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