Water Drop on Flowers
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Shooting Flowers in the rain :
Not many people want to trudge outside on a cloud filled, rainy day. Having to carry an umbrella or worrying about getting your camera wet is usually what deters photographers from getting out and shooting. However, there is a beautiful subject that can only be encountered on rainy days: water drops. The sparkling water drops on the delicate petals of a flower can create a picture-perfect shot every photographer wants to take. After learning how to obtain these kinds of photos with your E-System or PEN camera, you’ll be waiting for the next storm to roll in.
Use the aperture to control the depth of field:
The aperture used changes the depth of field of the picture. Water drops are very small so it is impossible to capture the background reflected inside the drop when the area that is in focus is not wide enough
Make the subject look BIG : Focusing on the drop in front makes the background nicely out of focus.
Water drops are very small and transparent. If you don't make them appear bigger in the picture, they will get lost. Get as close to the subject as the lens you are using will allow. A macro lens is ideal as you can make small subjects appear even larger.
Getting close to the subject will also soften the focus on the background, making the water drops look even more brilliant. To amplify this effect, try composing your shot so that the subject is more isolated from the background. This will further blur the background and make the water drops stand out.
Try experimenting with different angles and distances and see what you can create!
Try using Art Filters
Water drops are really beautiful as they are but if your camera supports them, try using art filters to enhance your shot. Using [SOFT FOCUS], you can get a softer contrast and make the flowers appear more delicate.
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