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Myriad Botanical Gardens with Supermoon

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‘Impressions of Nature 2’

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‘Painted Lady’

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‘Bored, Like Totally’

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Scan from print made from film in the mid-1980s

‘Dimensions’

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PHOTOGRAPHY TIP: BACKLIT TULIPS

KKEITH, PHOTOGRAPHER: THE PHOTOBLOG

TULIPS ARE PROBABLY MY FAVORITE FLOWER TO PHOTOGRAPH WITH BACKLIGHTING. IT’S UNFORTUNATE THAT THEY HAVE SHORT-LIVED BLOOMS AND ARE OFTEN DAMAGED BY SPRING STORMS … SO GET OUT THERE WHILE THERE IS STILL AN OPPORTUNITY TO CAPTURE THESE BEAUTIES! IF YOU’RE NOT GETTING A GOOD RESULT WITH YOUR TULIP PICTURES TRY THIS: USE A MACRO OR CLOSE-FOCUS TELE ZOOM LENS; GET DOWN AT THE SAME LEVEL AS THE TULIP BLOOMS; POSITION THE FLOWER BETWEEN YOU AND THE SUN, BUT WAIT UNTIL THE SUN IS HIGH ENOUGH SO AS NOT TO CAUSE LENS FLARE (USE A LENS HOOD OR HAVE A PARTNER HOLD A PIECE OF CARDBOARD TO BLOCK THE SUN FROM FALLING ON THE FRONT ELEMENT OF YOUR LENS); BE MINDFUL OF THE BACKGROUND– NO DISTRACTING ELEMENTS; USE FILL FLASH OR A REFLECTOR TO BALANCE EXPOSURE (AUTOEXPOSURE SETTINGS ON YOUR CAMERA CAN LEAD TO A DARK FOREGROUND); IF YOU HAVE…

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Not Your Usual Caterpillar

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Eclipse: The Dark Side, in High Dynamic Range

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