05 Mar

Taking Pictures in Small Wildflower Patches

Posted by Jenna, Under Photography

I’m currently writing articles for the New York Institute of Photography and my first post went live this week! I used some photos from a portrait session in the bluebonnets of Texas a few years ago to talk about how you can maximize the wildflower patches you are able to scout this spring.


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taking pictures in small wildflower patches

How to Take Portraits in Patches of Wildflowers


  1. Made you some money.
    Connected through on all my devices!!

    Jenna Reply:

    Yay!!! Thank you.

  2. Nice tips! I love the one of the pregnant mama lying down. What nice family mementos :)

  3. Good tips! I just got a dslr and I’m always looking for resources to learn more. Seems like a good placement for you.


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