Capture Your Flowers In Photos

Pat Hansen, landscape photographer in Yankton, has some basic points to make about the plant photos you take to treasure. One of her suggestions is about the position of your main object in your photo. She uses the two examples below in her photos of tulips to illustrate her point.

She says that positioning the flower in the center of the photo is static. Compare it to the second photo below where is tulip is out of the center and is in fact, more in the upper third of the photo. See her points related to position, timing of photos, and other ways to improve your plant photos.

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