Is there any flower more romantic than a rose? Here are 14 gorgeous rose photos to inspire you. If you have your own rose photos to share, why not upload them to our photo gallery?
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Do you often take photos of roses and other flowers?
Check out our tutorials below that may help you improve your flower photographing skills.
Macro Photography Tips
Macro photography is about getting close-up to your subject and focusing on all of the tiny details you would otherwise miss. For a macro photo, sharp focus on texture is the name of the game, but make it interesting too! Try photographing something you wouldn’t normally notice, like the beauty of insects, frost patterns, or even rust! Macro photography allows you to go from mundane to artistic by bringing out the extreme details in everyday objects.
Using Natural Light for Still Life Photography
Improve your still life photographs with these tips from professional photographer Julie Hearty on using natural lighting. In this video tutorial Julie talks about how to find the right light and position your subject, using a reflector to fill in shadows, and choosing the right background.
Adding Drama with Selective Color
Selective color is a popular post-processing technique where the majority of an image is converted to black and white, while some parts of the image are left in color. This is a great way to emphasize subject matter in your photos, or add a dramatic tone to them.