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Improve your flower photography


Now (or whenever Spring starts) is the time to improve your flower photos. Spring and summer offer huge potential to shoot stunning plant and flower portraits. Whether it’s in your garden, a public park or even on the side of the road, there are plenty of fantastic photos for the taking. In this guide, there are 25 top flower photography tips for you. Use them, and watch your photography, erm... blossom. Sorry. 1 Macro lenses If you’re interested in close-up flower photography

Top Ten Tips for Portraits


  Natural light Natural or available light can produce beautiful and flattering portraits, and many photographers prefer its subtlety to flash light. However, there’s an art to controlling it so you get the best results. Try and avoid direct sunlight, because it can create hard and ugly shadows on faces. Working in areas of open shade, try using a reflector to bounce light back onto your subject. It’s easy, relatively inexpensive and can give your portraits a professional look. You

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The members of the Kingston Photographic Club, of Ontario, meet twice-monthly or more, September to May. The membership broaden their photographic interest from the knowledge of speakers, competition judges, our meetings, other members and this website.

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