Tiny droplets of water can enhance the appearance of plants, but you don’t have to wait for a heavy dew or rain. Instead, you can just make it yourself with fresh water.
I often spray a flower with a mist of water before I photograph it, to give it that early morning or after-storm appearance.
And you don’t have to spend large sums of money at the camera store to make this happen. A simple plastic mist sprayer will do the trick just fine. You can pick them up cheaply at some of the $2 shops or in the gardening section at some of the supermarkets.
Oh yeah, and a gentle spray of water can be great for training cats too!