Let the sunshine in: 10 ways to photograph flowers like a pro
Type of day
Try to take flower photos on bright overcast days to avoid shadows spoiling the image.
Photo: Astrantia Roma, flowers between June to September and is fast-growing, preferring full sun or partial shade
Sue Bishop is a MyPhotoSchool tutor, a world renowned photographer and founder of Light & Land, a company which takes photographic tours to destinations all over the world. In addition to contributing to photographic magazines she has sold prints for use in travel brochures, calendars and books. Flower photography is a particular passion, and Sue has written two books on the subject, Photographing Flowers and Digital Flower Photography. A selection of Sue’s images can be seen on her website: http://www.suebishop.co.uk/