Red Flowers in Magoebaskloof Forest

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This photo was taken in December 2014 with a Canon 5D MkIII and TAMRON SP 90mm F/2.8 Di VC USD Macro.

Camera Settings: f/4.0, 1/160 seconds and ISO 1000

Extract from: "A Few Flower Closeups - How To" blog post:

In some cases it can be better to shoot in manual mode and most cases manual focusing is necessary. If you use slow shutter speeds and most probably also a tripod then having a cable release can be very useful. To get the sharpest flower photo it is important to use a tripod and cable release, have mirror lockup switched on and if your macro lens has image stabilisation, turn it off. Important to note that image stabilisation must be turned off only when using a tripod.

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Uploaded: May 9, 2016

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Tags: South Africa, macro, closeup, macro photography, green, nature, nature photography, photography, fotoinusgrobler, Tamron, Macro lens, Flower closeup, how to, How to take flower closeups, garden photography

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