This is a tutorial for taking better nature pictures that will give you the best chances of getting feedback on your Inat observations:
Cool! This may come in helpful with my (remote) Fall 2020 Plant Diversity and Evolution class with Dr. Struwe, haha.
I misread that as “How to photograph ants”…but thanks for the tips
This short guide gives a good general overview on plant photos for identification: https://www.canterbury.ac.nz/media/documents/oexp-science/biological-science/Which-parts-of-the-plant-should-I-photograph_Matt-Walters.pdf
They never stop moving - quite a challenge I’ve found.
Thanks for sending these tips. I could use all the help I can get on getting better plant photos.
I like having this short check list of what’s needed for correctly IDing plants. I often come away with photos that are useless for taxonomic purposes such as not showing opposite or alternate leaf placements. Thanks for sending this NZ!
Welcome to the Forum, @hogback2 !
Update: this resource is part of my remote class, as I thought.
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