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Photographing Flowers Tip

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Posted 17 July 2007 - 11:13 PM

Pro Tip: Photographing Flowers

Have you ever tried to capture the rich colors of your favorite flower garden only to discover that the photo seemed a little washed out? Here's a tip: Avoid the bright sunlight and photograph your favorite blossoms on a foggy or overcast day—even waiting for a cloud to block the sun will help. Your camera will have a much easier time recording the highlight and shadow details, and you'll get the shot you wanted!Penny Adams, photo editor

(this seemed to be a fairly useful tip for you avid photographers)

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