Daffodil

 

Today I’m pleased to bring you a guest post from Mui of Mui Tsun Photography.

I love the way she uses depth of focus to draw the eye to the subject of this photo. Here’s what she has to say:

I took this at the beginning of spring, when the daffodils started to bloom. I noticed this lone one standing proud on a pile of soil outside a farmhouse barn. Of course I just had to photograph it. I tried to shoot it from an unusual angle, and to set it off its surroundings. This image from that day’s session is my favourite.

I agree – the angle works great in this image. It’s something I think about often when I take pictures. Get to a different angle and see how things look… you might get a great result. Check out Mui’s work here on Flickr.

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