Spring wildflowers can be captured in many ways. Consider this flower photography technique:
Get down low and close with a wide-angle lens for a different look at flowers. This gives a look at the wildflower in a big landscape, so obviously you need to have a good-looking landscape around the flower.
Following are a few more wide angle lens tips for photographing wildflowers:
- It is important to get in really close to the flower, probably as close as your lens will focus.
- To get closer, you can also use an achromatic close-up lens - such as the Canon 500D, which will work with any brand of DSLR lens with the right filter rings.