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How to Shoot Flowers

Photographing flowers is not as difficult as you imagine, KEE friends. Let's check the method here:

If you have a macro lens, you can use a lens with a longer focal length, such as the EF 180mm f/3.5 Macro USM. This lens can produce a greater bokeh effect compared to lenses with a shorter focal length and produces a soft focus effect. With maximum aperture, you can create bokeh with other objects in front of the flowers. If you have difficulty getting focus with autofocus, you can use manual focus.

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Shooting angles and composition

You can use the angle from the top diagonal to get more detail. Next, adjust the image composition by paying attention to details such as how many flowers are used for bokeh on the front, or the level of bokeh effect produced.


For lighting, maybe you can wait for the right light. Apart from that, you can use positive lighting compensation so that your photos are bright, clear and true to the original. What often happens is that the flowers are pale in color from the original because the lens casts a shadow on the flowers. The way to get around this is to take photos from a distance far enough away so that you can avoid shadows from your lens.

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