More Roses of Brookside Gardens

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Nature, Photography

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A retired professional engineer turns nature lover and photographer

4 thoughts on “More Roses of Brookside Gardens”

  1. I usually don’t like flower photos because they are almost always fuzzy, blurry and out-of-focus. People don’t know how to photograph flowers, but your captures are actually quite pleasing. Maybe you can share some tips in a follow-up post.

    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you, David for liking my photos of roses. I don’t know what to say but to indicate that my photos of flowers, in general, like my landscape images are more or less in realism contrary to abstract. It’s a personal taste so I usually use a macro lens to shoot these flowers to let the main subject of the flower in focus and the rest of flower parts in somewhat out of focus. One other key element of my flower shots is the make the background plain and simple so the main subject will stand out! — Stephen

  2. shungphotography says:

    Yes, I did use Tamaron 90mm macro lens for all the shots.

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