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Good Morning!

Snowdrops are in full bloom and it's Saint David's Day today which means we can quietly whisper the words 'spring is on its way' (say it too loud and temperatures will plummet and snow will fall - guaranteed).

As an abundence of flowers will soon be decorating our gardens, now is the perfect time to dust off the macro lens and get outside with your kneeling pads, small tripod and other kit you need for a spot of flower photography.

Not a flower photography fan? Take a step back and photograph the wider landscape as it slowly wakes from its winter hibernation.

Enjoy your weekend of photography and we'll see you on Monday!

P.S. Don't forget to share your results with us in the Gallery.
 

4 Essential Tips On Photographing Snowdrops


4 Essential Tips On Photographing Snowdrops

Here are a few basic but really useful flower photography tips to help you capture that perfect shot of a Snowdrop.

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17 Top Tips On How To Photograph Daffodils


17 Top Tips On How To Photograph Daffodils 

As it's Saint David's Day, we thought we'd kick the month off with 10 tips to help you perfect your Daffodil shots.

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6 Top Photo Opportunities Not To Be Missed This Spring


6 Top Photo Opportunities Not To Be Missed This Spring

There are loads to go out and shoot this coming spring and here's a round-up of some spring photo opportunities for you to capture.

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Top Spring Landscape Photography Tips


Top Spring Landscape Photography Tips

Want to shoot a lasting collection of spring landscapes before summer arrives? Take a look at these tips.

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Apply These 8 Techniques To Improve Your Garden Photography


8 Techniques To Improve Your Garden Photography

For good garden photos your garden needs to be looking at its best and the light has to be right. But as you look out of the window at it every day, you'll see when your plants and flowers look their best and you can easily be out there with your camera in minutes snapping that perfect garden shot.

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How To Shoot A Spring Drag Landscape


How To Shoot A Spring Drag Landscape

When you look outside and see the sky's grey and dull you may think your day of landscape shooting is ruined but you're wrong. OK, capturing pin-sharp vistas may be out of the window but you can have a go at drag landscapes.

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Top 19 Best Lenses For Macro Photography 2020


Top 19 Best Lenses For Macro Photography 2020

The best macro lenses for macro and close-up photography, including product photography. We count down the top macro lenses reviewed by ePHOTOzine.

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