In Search of Better Tulip Shots

6 comments
Nature, Photography

As I mentioned previously I love photographing tulips. It is quite challenging to capture nice tulip images. First of all, it is most desirable to shoot the individual tulip close up under an overcast sky with calm wind in the morning. Well, the opportunity knocked yesterday morning when the forecast called for drizzling to stop and followed by cloudy sky conditions. I did not hesitate a minute before driving almost an hour to Brookside Gardens for the third time in the past week. The next thing, of course is to find a perfect tulip with nice simple background with no major distraction to the main subject and yet still showing some surrounding fuzzy tulips.

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A retired professional engineer turns nature lover and photographer

6 thoughts on “In Search of Better Tulip Shots”

  1. Life threw the lence says:

    I really like how you framed these very well capture some grate thought put in to the process of this grate depth of field and fab detail

    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you. I tried to go slow and carefully looked for nice background on every shot – not always successful though!

      • Life threw the lence says:

        Well work accomplished should be proud of the work you have accomplished

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