Chapter Two. Shooting Flowers Like a Pro

There’s More to It Than You’d Think

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SHUTTER SPEED: 1/60 SEC     F-STOP: F/5.6     ISO: 800     FOCAL LENGTH: 70MM   |   PHOTOGRAPHER: SCOTT KELBY

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You’re probably surprised to see a chapter in here about shooting flowers because flowers seem like they’d be easy to shoot, right? I mean, they’re just sitting there—not moving. They’re colorful. They’re already interesting, and people love looking at them. It should be a total no-brainer to get a good flower shot. But, ya know what? It’s not. It’s a brainer. ...

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