Capturing Nature's Beauty

Every time a take a photo of my work I am disappointed about how much beauty is lost between the live flowers and the camera lens. Color, texture, depth and scent - it is always so much more vivid in person!

I reached out to a sweet industry friend and incredibly talented photographer Leah Golter to do a one on one photography lesson. She is such a wonderful teacher! She came to my home and taught me everything I needed to know to be able to take gorgeous photos of my flowers in any light. I learned so much about how to capture the details and beauty of each individual bloom and the arrangement as a whole. So much has to do with perspective! All photos here were taken by me, with Leah's direction.

Ranunculus, the pink flower above and below, are a favorite flower of mine. Typically used as an accent flower, sometimes they open up just right and seal the show! I'm in love with their petal structure.

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I love working with green viburnum. It is like a miniature version of hydrangea that flutters in the wind. So delicate!

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These peach garden roses are so stunning!

I'm so excited to put my new skills into practice and bring you beautiful images of flowers going forward!