Have you ever been wandering around in your garden and spotted a bloom that truly amazed you or even broke your heart, it was so beautiful? You know: a single flower or a cluster at the perfect point in time, the best bloom you had ever seen on that bush? All that's left now of that rose is the good memory.
It doesn't have to be that way. You can shoot a photo of your wonderful rose and preserve that bloom forever. Grab a camera, get out there and capture that perfect moment. Do it just for YOU. And do it just for the fun of it.
Photography is easier than ever, thanks to the invention of digital cameras. For as little as $200, you can buy a digital camera that will give you great results with just a little effort.
These cameras all have auto focus, auto exposure, autolight color balance and enable you to just point and shoot. You can even fix your mistakes later on the computer and print your own pictures at home. You don't even need a computer! You can take your reusable camera memory card to the local drugstore and get prints and a CD to sore the digital images forever.
Ten Easy Tips for Shooting Great Rose Pictures
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Remember, photographing is easy. It is a simple skill that can be learned by anyone. Everyone is creative; you just need to relax and tap into it. It's like riding a bicycle: if you mess up, simply get back on and try again. We only have to impress ourselves.
This article was provided to the TVRS as a courtesy by the American Rose Society.