MAY 2015_Flower Photography
Try different lighting in the studio, such as back lighting with a softbox (or use any light softened with a white sheet) behind your flowers.
Add a secondary light to the flowers themselves for emphasis.
When able to do outdoor photography with spring to summer flowers, try wide open apertures to get bokeh, or soft backgrounds. f/3.2 f/36
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