Stunning Examples of Morning Dew Photography

Dew Drop Photography is one of the most beautiful types of photography. Photography the dew drops has its own charm. Those beautiful little water droplets on the top of grass, flowers and leaves just takes your breath away. Dew drops in the morning time have a whole another story to tell. The morning dew feels like bits of soothing diamond touching your feets when you walk across them. Photographing the morning dew gives you a very charming feel and pleasure.
In this post we have tried to collect as many good morning dew photographs as we possible could find on the internet. These pictures just amaze you and want you to walk on the morning dew every single day, taking photographs of anything lying on the ground covered in dew drops.

In The Morning Dew With You by Gypsy Flores

Morning Dew by amira_a

Morning Dew by Rebecca Johnson

Morning Dew by barbara

dew sparks by Andrey Shevchenko

Grasshopper in Morning Dew by Anna Kraynikova

Morning dew by Ashley Whitmoyer

Playing with the morning dew by Andiyan Lutfi

Morning dew by alexander kan

Morning Dew by Alain Lafourcade

Morning Dew Moth by Christopher Harriot

Morning dew on a web by Valentina R.

Morning dew by Carla

Morning Dew by David Hawkins-Weeks

Crystal Morning Dew by NINA Bradica

Morning Dew by Eric Jensen

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Bird Photographs You Have Never Seen Before

Bird photography is one of the most challenging tasks for a photographer. It requires the most work and experience. A photographer has to know how and when to shoot a bird, where to find them, what lense to use and what the background is going to be. Shooting stationary birds is relatively easier than shooting birds in flight. That’s why professional photographers spend days or even weeks waiting for that perfect shot of the bird they want to shoot in-flight.
We have showcased some of the most amazing bird photographs taken by great photographers. These photos will give you a head start for taking photos of birds yourself. Check the details, see what angle the photographer has used, learn and share with fellow photographers.

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