The Tulip Dip

Tulipaner er et litt vanskelig objekt å fotografere. Tar man bildet fra siden, så er neste alle tulipaner ganske like – da bortsett fra fargen. Tar man bildet ovenfra og ned i blomsten, får man frem flere detaljer og forskjeller , men taper likevel på den estetiske siden?  Fotograferer man ‘på skrå’, så får man litt av alt, men samtidig mister man en del av alt!
Så hva er den optimale fotovinkel for tulipaner?
The tulip is actually a bit tricky to photograph! If shooting from the side, nearly all tulips will look more or less the same – apart from their color. Shooting from above and down into the tulip, you’ll evidently catch more details, however, I feel I’m loosing some of the esthetics? And if slanting the shot, you’ll get a little of everything – or loose it! 🙂
So what is the optimum photo angle for shooting tulips?

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9 Responses to The Tulip Dip

  1. Lovely photo Svien. And you have been busy in my absence 😄

  2. -Eugenia says:

    Tulip fields are lovely, which I have seen them only in photos, Your photo shows stunning detail and I think a side shot would also be lovely.

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you! I’ll probably continue to publish tulip pictures – sometimes from above and sometimes from the side as I have problems with making up my mind here 🙂 ,
      but for the moment the tulip season seems to be over!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Tulipaner er nydelige uansett vinkel 😍

  4. Seenorway says:

    Yes, I guess we may agree on most of these things, but I was kind of curious to what most people would prefer to look at? Of course, Dutch tulip fields are impressive, but . . .

  5. A quandary…. I guess it all depends upon the location and if you want to show the Tulip(s) in context or as a detail botanical shot. Tulips have all gone here another seasonal marker…. though in our little part of England they have not been as prolific as usual 🙂

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