Plan B

Only a little bit of color is needed if placed in the right spot.

Intimate landscapes only need a few leaves with color to make interesting shots.

Using a mylar-lined Pringle’s tube can open a new door to wildflower photography.

Try a long exposure and pan across and small batch of flowers that have some different colors in the frame

Using a zoom with a wide range go to f/32 and zoom back and forth to create abstracts.

Even if the fields aren’t profuse, make use of what is available

Work lots of single flowers, finding interesting angles and compositions

By Andy Long

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