Friday, May 2, 2014

Dogwood Photography Tips

There are lots of ways to interpret dogwood trees and their blooms. Your imagination is the limit really. Here are some random thoughts on what you might do to step out from the ordinary dogwood photo.  Remember these white blooms are prone to over-exposure and the loss of all texture. I like to underexpose, then bring back the brightness in post-processing. 

dogwood tree
Ordinary but Photographed in Cutting Evening Light
Isolate Single Blooms for Impact

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