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How to Photograph your Flower or Vegetable Garden

How to Photograph your Flower or Vegetable Garden

Not everyone has a brown thumb like mine. We’re talking terrifyingly brown, like toxic rays of plant-killing energy emanating from my thumbs at all times brown. If you’re one of those fortunate people who is not like me and has a way with flowers and vegetables as well as a way with a camera, you have a constant source of photographic inspiration in your own backyard. Keep reading to find out how to take fabulous photos of your garden.
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How to Photograph Wildflowers

How to Photograph Wildflowers

Some things in life are permanent and predictable. The Golden Gate Bridge. The Sydney Opera House. The rising and setting of the sun. And that one weird guy who always pushes his bike around the neighborhood instead of riding it. If you want to photograph these things, you’re not going to have any trouble seeking them out and getting the shot. You can do so year-round, with almost no exceptions.

Other things in life are fleeting. A lightning storm, for example. A rainbow. Or wildflowers. Here are a few tips for photographing the latter. Continue Reading »