Here are ten of our favorite free, hi res photos of tangerines (柑橘, мандарин):
- Photo by Pixabay from Pexels
- Photo by Gaby Yerden from Unsplash
- Photo by julie aagaard from Pexels
- Photo by Mae Mu from Unsplash
- Photo by Dominika Roseclay from Pexels
- Photo by Erol Ahmed from Unsplash
- Photo by Arshan Ali from Pexels
- Photo by Nadi Lindsay from Pexels
- Photo by Dmitry Demidov from Pexels
- Photo by Lena Khrupina from Pexels
Here are some tips for taking photos of tangerines:
- Choose a well-lit location. Natural light is usually the best option, but if you need to use artificial light, try to use a diffuser to soften the light and reduce shadows.
- Experiment with angles. Try shooting from different angles, such as overhead, at eye level, or from the side, to see which one looks the most appealing.
- Use a tripod. A tripod will help you get a steady shot, especially if you’re using a slow shutter speed to capture a lot of light.
- Set the focus. Make sure the tangerines are in focus by using the manual focus option on your camera or by tapping on the screen to set the focus point.
- Adjust the exposure. Use the exposure compensation setting on your camera to adjust the brightness of the photo. You may want to underexpose the photo slightly to make the tangerines stand out against a darker background.
- Play with depth of field. Use a wide aperture (small f-number) to create a shallow depth of field and make the tangerines stand out against a blurry background. Alternatively, use a narrow aperture (large f-number) to keep the entire scene in focus.
- Use props. Consider adding props, such as a bowl or basket, to add visual interest to the photo.
- Edit the photo. Use photo editing software to adjust the color, contrast, and other settings to get the look you want.
We hope these tips help you take great photos of tangerines!