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This was my first Daisy and I was watering it after transplanting it into my garden. I was also just learning my new camera so was finding every reason to use m...
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This was my first Daisy and I was watering it after transplanting it into my garden. I was also just learning my new camera so was finding every reason to use my camera.
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Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was taken from my own garden in Florida. It was one of my first flower shots as well my first Daisy.
Time
I was watering my plants late in the day after the sun went over my house and I just felt the Daisy itself was to beautiful to pass up with the water droplets and the vibrant red.
Lighting
This was an all natural daytime light photo.
Equipment
I used a nikon 3100 with a 55-200mm lens.
Inspiration
I had just gotten my camera so I was looking for anything that captured my eye to take pictures of. I had also recently planted my Daisy in the garden and to me it was so beautiful.
Editing
I cropped a little from this picture however this was before I discovered the power in editing software.
In my camera bag
At the time of this picture I carried around a Nikon 3100 with both a 15-55mm and a 55-200mm but I favored the 55-200mm
Feedback
As this shot turned out so much better than I expected all I can really say is Capture the things that draw you in.

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