Macro Photography: Spring Blossoms
Spring blossoms provide an abundant choice of subjects for macro photography. Depending on the plant, tree or bush, you may only have a few days to capture the images as they come alive. If you can start capturing images at the first blossom of a plant and follow it through its stages you can come away with some pretty cool images. For this post, I used my orchids. On one plant, the blossoms are just starting to develop and a couple are just starting to open. The other plant is in full bloom and will be the subject of a future post. So, I will be following the developing blossoms through their stages during future posts. These shots were taken with my Tamron 90mm f2.8 macro lens.
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