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An excellent place to take orchid pictures is at botanical gardens. Travel to exotic places or treat yourself to an orchid plant and photograph at home.
My pictures of wildflowers from around the world will give you different ideas for your flower photography. To make your images unique, try applying textures.
I love my heron images from here on Vancouver Island. One particular pair of herons are always obliging models. They're relaxed and trusting while I photograph and talk to them.
Alaska Botanical Garden thrives in the Chugach Mountains, displaying a dynamic mix of wild yet serene floral landscape.
Seasonal pictures reveal more than obvious weather and flora transitions. As well, the drastically changing qualities of light may astonish you.
Butterfly photography is a magical experience. Yes, they're hyperactive and challenging to photograph but, it's easier than you think.
Doris Duke's stunning home and gardens in Honolulu is appropriately called Shangri La. A 60 year project claims 2600 pieces of Islamic art throughout the home, courtyards and gardens.
Strict traditional architecture or a loose variation, Islamic gardens have a calm and mystical energy that enchants photographers.
Invest the time to learn basic photography principles. Knowing the fundamentals is the difference between creating a powerful photograph or a bland snapshot.
Jeju Island is an immensely rich botanical environment with flowers and gardens in every direction. Stop often to photograph and admire the luxurious displays.
Tranquil Abkhazi Garden was conceived from the Bolshevik revolution and World War II, a young lovers haven and a garden photographer's utopia.
Five phenomenal glasshouses shelter six Yeomiji indoor gardens. Photographers frequent the largest greenhouse gardens in Asia to capture the extraordinary botanical collections.
Yeomiji outdoor gardens delivers a French, Italian and Japanese garden along with several culturally significant Korean gardens.
Yeomiji Botanical Garden on exotic Jeju Island, has multiple indoor and outdoor gardens. Volcanic soil and hot, humid climate deliver a lush garden experience for nature photographers.
Nurture and grow your flower photography skills. Perhaps you'll join me on a garden photography get-away?
Vancouver Island is flower heaven and Butchart Gardens is the Promised Land for all flower loving photographers.
The water lily is a delicate and enchanting flower. To get powerful photographs, wait for perfect light and strong reflections on the water surface.
The Italians gave us much more than wine and pasta! Like the first modern botanical gardens - a photographer's paradise!
Poppy flowers blowing in an impressionist-coloured field or a single poppy are equally inspiring to a photographer. They are the 'flowers of possibility'.
For wildflower photography, take a day and hike a mountain or a few hours on the river bank. Only 30 minutes? Find the nearest dandelion and admire it through a macro lens..
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