To create attractive and effective photographs of sweet pea flowers, the photographer should photograph the flowers from different angles, use a macro lens or camera setting, mist the flowers with water and consider using a tripod. She may also experiment with taking photographs at different times of day.
Macro lenses and settings allow the photographer to take crisp, vivid close-up photographs of small subjects such as sweet peas. By misting the flowers with a spray bottle, the photographer can create the illusion of dewdrops on the petals and leaves.
Using a tripod or sturdy base keeps the camera steady and allows for clear, in-focus photographs. Taking photographs in different lighting conditions lets the photographer obtain a variety of distinctive shots of the same flowers.