Tulips are said to signify the arrival of spring, and photographer Albert Dros rightly captured the following photograph with the tulips blooming during a slightly foggy morning in Flevoland, Netherlands:
Dros loves to capture the tulip bloom every year in his home country, the Netherlands, and doesn’t find it boring at all as he puts an effort to capture them in different conditions. In this surreal photograph, he has photographed the tulips with some morning fog and small dew drops. With the sun in the background, the tulip petals are seen with a golden glow, which gives the atmosphere an even more magical feel.
To achieve this beautiful shot, Dros used a 12–24mm wide angle lens at f/14, about 25 centimeters away from the closest tulip, and he used focus stacking to get everything in focus from front to back.
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