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Photographing Flowers with my Point and Shoot Fujifilm finepix S5200

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This coming Sunday I'm going to be going out with some friends to photograph a site that has literally thousands of daffodils then will be going to a site that has the same amount of Trilliums blooming here in Ontario Canada. I want to get the best shots possible with my Fujifilm Finepix S5200. I've only ever used the Auto/Macro setting on my camera. But would like to branch out and use the A and S settings on my camera. What would you recommend for flowers? What F-Stops, Aperture, and ISO would work? Low ISO? F-Stop maybe F 3.2? I will be taking Macro shots (my favourite setting) as well. They are calling for sun with a little cloud here on Sunday. Do I need to use the white balance? Shutter speed? Any tips instructions would be appreciated. The photo below is one I took last year.

 

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