Ok so my dad has this great plan to get a load of free photos and guess which muggins pulled the short straw for providing them :er: However whilst I have tried a few test shots, from a technical standpoint they were ok, but overall they were lacking (in my eyes) with presentation. Furthermore there is the added problem that I didn't quite know what I should be presenting and nor was my father after a specific look to the output. So its very much in my hands to sort this, but I don't know what I am trying to show. For an idea these are the sort of flower images that you see on the little lables that contain name, image and sometimes a few other little detials on potplants when you are in the shops. Limitations on me are that I am often dealing with single plants in a pot rather than multiple samples in a bed of earth or close packed (read hidable) pots. So the slightly wider angle views that appear popular are not quite as possible for me to produce - certainly not on a production line scale (there are apparently a good few 100 he wants shots of). So compositionally I am a bit lost and would welcome some input in that regard. Next of the technical - I am thinking a lighttent setup with a diffused background (a few rocks, green stuff - stuff that will give a little shape save for pure green, but won't distract and might be changed around a little for variety within the shots). After that custom white balance and a circular polarizer to help ensure that the flowers come out as authentic as possible. Of course this setup is based on me getting up close and personal with my macro lens and might no be quite what is suitable for the composition/presentation of these plants so might require some revision. So if anyone has any advice/input I would greatly appreciate it.