5 Tips for Photographing Wildflowers

5 Tips for Photographing Wildflowers

5 Tips for Photographing Wildflowers

5 Tips for Photographing Wildflowers

Wildflower season is here and we all want to capture the perfect wildflower pictures to take home with us. Here are 5 Tips for Photographing Wildflowers to help you get that perfect shot. Whether you are trying to capture photos of an entire field or a single flower, it starts with having the right equipment. Although pricey, the best setup is to have a DSLR with a macro lens. However, a good alternative would be a telephoto lens that allows you to focus on close objects such as wildflowers. Another helpful tool is a sturdy tripod. This will not only be helpful in low light situations like sunsets, but will also allow you to carefully frame your shot. Equipment is just a start though. As you take in the Crested Butte Wildflower Festival, here are 5 Tips for Photographing Wildflowers . Tips from shooting in the sun, using blur to your advantage and other creative ideas, these tips will help you get your perfect wildflower shot. Of course there are tons of ways to take a picture of a wildflower, the first step is getting out there and finding the flowers. Lucky for us, we live in the Wildflower Capital of Colorado. Be sure to check out the Crested Butte Wildflower Festival for maps, guided hikes and more information on the wildflowers you’ll find in our area. Don’t forget to bring your camera!

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