Sunday, February 11, 2007

Tips for Photographing Flowers

Since I don't want to pretend that I have sufficient expertise in the area of flower photography to post tips, when I stumbled upon this information regarding photographing roses, I thought it might be something that others would find useful. Lots of practial info at the website of the Connecticut Rose Society.

5 Comments:

Blogger Ki said...

Thanks for posting the website on how to take better photos. I can use all the advice I can get so the suggestions were great.

9:17 AM  
Blogger RUTH said...

What beautiful photographs you have on your blog. I really must stop moaning about our weather in England...seeing all the snow you have makes me realise how lucky we are. I am really looking forward to Spring over here; the daffodils, crocuses and sweet little irises are in flower here at the moment.

1:54 PM  
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9:24 PM  
Blogger Crafty Gardener ... said...

Thanks for that link on taking flower photographs. I love taking digital photos of my garden. What did we do before digital cameras? I will add a link to your blog on mine. It is still winter here in Ontario ... but we are all dreaming spring.

3:56 AM  
Blogger Miss Canthus said...

Yes, whatever did we do before digital cameras came along?!!!!

During the winter I love going through my pictures from last summer.

I just wish there were some nice things to take pics of right now, but it is the really ugly season, when the snow is melting and revealing dirt on the piles of snow, muddy places, etc. At least it is sunny today!

12:48 PM  

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