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Photography Tips for You
March and April are busy at Highland Manor Inn as photographers from all over the country converge on the Smokies to capture our stunning wildflower display. Blooming dogwood and redbud trees inspire many of us to try to catch that beauty with our cameras.
When taking close-ups of wildflowers remember that too many colors in one frame make the image hard for our brains to process. Try to emphasize the one or two dominant colors against a neutral background of grays, browns or greens. Also when photographing wildflowers, the closer the better. Try to fill the entire frame with one blossom. Then take a landscape photograph to show the profusion of flowers…Jennifer
What photography tip would you like to share with us?
The following photographers are coming to Highland Manor Inn this spring. To find out more about their workshops and view beautiful photographs of the Smokies, click below:
Ed Heaton Photography
Smoky Mountain Photos