Jim DE

Flora and Fauna Photography

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Yeah I know...... but hey, we have every other outdoor photography category covered with its own thread and the plants in the out of doors occupy a huge part of the outdoors experience through many of our senses. Like Allen stated in another thread there is much we can learn about all out photographic techniques by shooting flora and fauna.

 

Today the white flowers bloomed in my wife;s garden so I took a few pics of them too.......

 

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Go exotic on these images if you desire ;)

 

http://www.stripersonline.com/image/id/3676168/width/700/height/466]

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When needing some inspiration, drop your aperture to 2.8 and go shoot flowers!

 

thanks allen. I appreciate all tips.

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You gotta stop that KidD......... every time you post one of them State College PA pop's into my head....... ;)

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You gotta stop that KidD......... every time you post one of them State College PA pop's into my head....... wink.gif



I know what you mean everytime I see a Mayfly I think of certain river where I took a Trout on a fly I tied myself.

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