14 tips for fantastic flower photography at home

14 tips for flower photography at home

The current lockdown means that we can't visit our favorite shooting spots. But if you're lucky enough to have a garden or live in a rural area, you can take advantage of the improving weather and blooming flowers to create some fantastic floral photography at home.

Taking pictures of flowers is one of the most creative and rewarding genres of photography – and is a fantastic all-in-one workout for your camera skills. It can encompass the fundamentals of everything from still life to landscapes to portraits, so your pictures say as much about you as about your subject. 

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