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Everyone loves flowers and everyone loves photographing them but this 1 hour tutorial showcases a lot of incredible techniques that will take your photography to the next level and teach you how to do do amazing flower photography.

Topics covered in this Flower Macro Photography tutorial:

How to compose a macro flower photo, How to frame a flower macro, Flower macro techniques, Post processing flower macro, How to focus a flower macro, Flower photography with a telephoto lens, Which macro lens is best for flower photography, Flower macro tips, Macro multiple exposure, Flower macro without a flash, How to focus a flower macro, Best weather for flower macro, Best Aperture for flower macro photos, High Key macro, Macro with a white background, Flower macro photography with a black background, flowerscapes and more.

Denise Ippolito is recognized as one of the world’s premier flower photographers because of her creativity in both the field and at the computer. Several years ago she inspired Artie to tackle flowers and he was a quick study. Denise does great things with the Canon 100mm f/2.8 L IS lens. Artie uses that one on occasion but often goes to longer focal lengths for his flower photography. He has been seen in Keukenhoff Gardens in Holland photographing tulips with a 600 mm lens and a teleconverter. Both share their techniques that they use to create dramatic, sharp, well-composed, properly exposed images of flowers and flower fields.

Denise Ippolito Photography

Arthur Morris

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