Almost everyone who had just started photography would try taking photos of flowers at the beginning. The flower is a good practicing target to familiarize ourselves with the camera settings, looking for perfect composition with the combination of beautiful sunlight or crystal clear water drops.
Unless you are shooting the flowers on a windy day, they sit quietly (okay, maybe stand there instead) and show you the best they have. The shots would look dull if we shot the flower downwards as we usually see. We should consider shooting bottom up, with backlighting, taking it with water droplets, or even zooming in tightly for the details.
Let’s look for beautiful flowers and brush up on your photography skills!