Either, focusing on vegetation or keeping it in the foreground helps to frame photos and will often give the image a sense of depth and atmosphere. Moreover, the wide-angle lenses work well in such a situation when we are shooting at ground level and the subject is close enough to the lens that it will dominate the image.
Macro lenses are particularly good for low-angle shooting and close by small subjects and smaller size vegetation. If you get to eye level with your subject, or even below it, you can turn a field of grass into a forest, or a praying mantis or other insects into images larger than life.
When shooting through vegetation, switch to manual focus to avoid focus on foreground vegetation and keep it on the subject rather. If you’re using a zoom lens, you can often focus through fences and thorny bushes.
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