Flowers make great subject for photography for a number of reasons. Firstly they offer great contract in colour of the petals with the colour of the corolla (centre of the flower) and the leaves and branches.
They are also relatively stationary, if still alive on a plant outside then wind may add an element of difficulty. Assuming that the photography shoot is taking place on a still day or they have been cut an placed in a vase, flowers give the photographer the opportunity to control the angle of the image and light source by moving around the flower. Photographers also have the opportunity to explore different photographic techniques.
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