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Photographing wildflowers

Focus on one flower so that it will be the sharpest part of the image, zoom in and capture only the flower with a nice blurred background.

Be creative and try flower photography – artistry. Try some different angles for more interesting images, playful flowers and dancing leaves.

On my short walks in my neighborhood I stop to make photos of wildflowers in green parts on sidewalks of street or grass lawn in small park with a mix of wildflowers.

Dandelions are so beautiful like little suns.

You can capture bees, bugs, butterflies, spiders on flowers with great detail, even little sparows that loves flower seeds.

Enjoy the wildflowers in full bloom right now.

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #142 – You Pick It!
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colors and letters – letter D (wildflowers)


  1. Lovely images Maria – you’re so right about the blooming wildflowers these days. I’ve been doing an online class with Kathleen Clemons who is really a master of flower photography. She has some wonderful suggestions and techniques. I especially loved your opening poppy image.


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