Simple Tips for Better Pictures

By dogwalker
October 5, 2015

Some easy ideas to help your photographs

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Oct 6, 2015 11:44 PM CST
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Name: Sue Taylor
Northumberland, UK
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The best tip I can give when photographing plants is don't just stand in front of the plant or bed and point down with your camera or phone - bend your knees or crouch down (or use the really useful tilt screen which I have on my camera). Being more on a level with the subject gives much better results.
Even if you don't have a macro setting on your camera you can get much better shots if you take the shots from lower down.
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