Try shooting your subject at different focal lengths during your session. Photograph your subject at a wide angle to take in the entire scene or go close to isolate a specific detail about your subject you want to emphasis. Try to avoid capturing shots of your subject head-on as they normally appear in front of you, this is the normal everyday perspective and can be mundane. If you move around and shoot from different angles you are showcasing details that normally go unnoticed; in my opinion this is one way to add the “wow” factor to your photographs.This image is available for purchase through the following sites:
Trees are an essential part of life. We need them to breath, we use them for shade, we use them as decoration in our yards, play in them, rest against them and stroll through them. However, there is something artistically pleasing about them too. Today, I wanted to showcase the work from a variety of amazing artists that celebrate and captured the essence of the trees and forests.
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Yellow Painting! by Nature Photographer Willie Smink
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Oh Violet is a soft focus nature photograph of a yellow, white and purple Violet in full bloom, centered in the middle of the frame. The soft focus effect was used to create a sense of calm to enhance this tiny bloom’s delicate details.