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5 Top Canon Images You Could Capture In Your Garden

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5 Top Images You Could Capture In Your Garden - For shooting inspiration in your own back garden, take a look at these shots from the Canon Gallery.

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Through the year, your garden is a great location for photography. In the summer there's flowers and visiting butterflies to capture while during autumn, focus can turn to the golden shades of leaves. Over winter there's snow-filled shots waiting to be captured and close-ups of ice patterns that can be shot with a macro lens. If wildlife photography is something you want to have a go at then your garden is a great place to start with birds, insects and other animals making regular visits. Talking of wildlife, if you have a great example of wildlife photography then why not upload it to our 'Wildlife' photography competition. Up for grabs is a Canon EOS 70D which is a great choice for wildlife photography. To find out why, visit the Canon website. 

To give you some inspiration on what you can capture just a few steps from your own front door, have a look at these 5 great shots which are also on display in the Canon Gallery.

Please do take the time to visit each member's portfolio by clicking on their names. 

Green Bottle 4 by Stace

Green Bottle

dizzy bee by lamoney


Flax by MandyD


Maggpie Moth by thelooneybishop

Magpie Moth

Cheeky Chap by Fearniespurs



Canon EOS 70D - Capture the moment at seven frames per second. Click here for more information on the high performance EOS 70D, featuring 7fps full resolution shooting, an advanced 19-point AF system and Canon’s unique Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology.


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