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Photographing Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve

Join me and Kevin on a fun adventure in Antelope Valley, California poppy fields. I share how to find a great place to photograph and hide from the wind. 🙂  I hope to inspire you to get out and photograph wildflowers and to share with the world the beauty of these amazing flowers.

california wild poppies

shot from iPhone one of the fields

antelope valley poppy fields

Pay attention to where the wind blows to find a good place to photograph

beautiful colorful california wildflowers

It was amazing to see this small patch of white flowers within all the colorful flowers.

Exposure Time: 1/750
F Number: 4
Exposure Program: Aperture-priority AE
ISO: 100
desert landscape with electric poles

I found this beautiful poppy all by itself.

Exposure Time:1/90
F-Number: 8
Exposure Program: Aperture-priority AE
Exposure Compensation: -3/2
ISO: 100
wild orange california poppy

You must have patients to wait for the wind.

F-Number: 4
Shutter Speed: 1/750
Aperture-priority AE
ISO: 100

So I hope I’ve inspired you to pick up your camera and feel the flowers no matter what time of day it is.  I’m always looking for new places to photograph.  If you have any to share let me know below.



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