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any advice for


19 Apr 2013 8:22PM
any advice for taking photos indoor of flowers in very busy crowded conditions and tools for job thinking of taking canon powershot or pl3 maybe take dslr with 60mm macro no flash no tripod

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ikett 4 372 England
19 Apr 2013 8:52PM
And pause, take a breath..............................................................................
AndyMurdo 8 33 6 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2013 9:44PM
A long focal length (telephoto) macro or zoom with it's narrow angle of view, will help eliminate clutter around your work area and offer favorable out of focus backgrounds, providing you have the room in front and behind your chosen subject to facilitate this method and are using a DSLR, but you are almost certainly going to need a tripod at least. While you can take flower photo's and even macro shots, compact cameras do not favor this type of photography. If you lack space indoors, can you take you subject outdoors? Either way aim for overcast/indirect type lighting as your source. If you want more info on technique, then look out for relative tutorials on this site and others.
scottishphototours 10 2.6k 2 Scotland
19 Apr 2013 10:23PM

Quote:Any advice for taking photos indoor of flowers in very busy crowded conditions and tools for job thinking of taking canon powershot or pl3 maybe take dslr with 60mm macro no flash no tripod


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20 Apr 2013 4:01AM
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