Photographing Daisy, by Kurien Koshy Yohannan

Some of the best shots of flowers are got when the photographer gets down to eye-level of the flower being photographed. Though in some cases a top-down approach is effective, in most cases eye-level shots create some pretty amazing results. That’s exactly what I did on a recent stroll in Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh, where I managed to photograph this Daisy in full bloom. Getting up close and personal with the flower tends to bring out features of the flower that may be lost to the viewer from a distance.

Photographing Daisy, by Kurien Koshy Yohannan

Canon EOS 50D | Exposure: 1/400 sec | Aperture: f/5 | ISO: 400 | Focal Length: 200mm
Photographing Daisy, by Kurien Koshy Yohannan

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | May 28
Photo of the Day Award Category: Nature Photography
Photograph Location: Edinburgh | Scotland

Photographer: Kurien Koshy Yohannan (Edinburgh, Scotland) Registered
Photography started off as a hobby for Kurien Koshy Yohannan and over time it grew on him – so much so that he now makes a living from it. Though he loves photographing a variety of subjects, he spends most of his time photographing Corporate Events and some of his time photographing Weddings. With whatever free time he has left, he loves getting out and photographing the subjects closest to his heart – Wildlife and Nature.

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