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  • Hi, I love to photograph flowers of all kinds. I have a fondness for daisy-like flowers and Columbines.

  • Stephen lim says:

    Favorite flower is whatever my wife likes, haha

  • acmwallace says:

    I love the California Poppy… there are some in the neighborhood, but the best are big fields out in the wild. George Lepp did a fabulous book of just poppy images that I love to look through.

  • jody says:

    Flowers are my favorite subject. Wish I could see your garden.

  • Larry Eiss says:

    My wife is an avid flower gardener. Of all the varieties we have grown I’d have to say that Sunflowers remain my personal favorite. larry AT eiss DOT net

  • Jeff Levy says:

    My favorites are tulips in the spring.

  • Stan Olson says:

    I like any flower that has a variety of colors. They make for great photos. 🙂

  • DummyDiva says:

    Will I win? Fingers crossed.

  • Gary Rosen says:

    I like photographing all colorful flowers, and a book such as this will help me get even better at it.

  • Dawn Key says:

    Fuchsia – but I’ll photograph every bloom I can!

  • Steve F. says:

    I am interested in winning one of the copies of the book … one of my favorite flowers going back some time is the trillium.

  • Gary Williams says:

    My favorite flower is the Lilly but I love to photograph all varieties of flowers.

  • I love tulips. Not only do they signal the arrival of spring, but they duplicate themselves giving you more flowers every year.

  • Sue W says:

    Ok …we need to see photos of your garden:)
    I really like sunflowers, big happy fields of sunflowers.

  • I love photographing Tulips and Pasque flowers.

  • Shawna says:

    My favorite flowers are anything daisy-like. Maybe this book will expand my intest into other flowers and how to shoot them more creatively.

  • Lance says:

    I love photographing flowers. My parents have flower gardens all throughout the backyard. My favorites to photograph though are the Texas Wildflowers that bloom in the Spring time. Esp. The Bluebonnets!

  • Matt says:

    I enjoy photographing and looking at orchids and tulips. This looks like a really interesting book.

  • Kathy H says:

    Hydrangas, daisies, sunflowers, yet i always go back to the lovely roses!

  • Morgan Rohan-Smith says:

    Calypso Orchid

    Had a great time in college exploring the Mission Mountains in MT to find these little beauties.

  • Kevin P. says:

    Sunflowers, although I’ll shoot pretty much anything.

  • Cheryl M says:

    LOVE shooting any kind of flowers but if I HAVE to choose just one, well I can’t. I’m a flower gardner and I love finding unusual types for our area to plant and photograph. Always on the lookout for a new or odd variety. I’m so holding my breath on winning a copy of this book!
    Thanks for the opportunity, glad I found your site.

  • Larry says:

    I particularly enjoy violas, or Jonny Jump-ups. They would grow in such size and color varieties and create beautiful pictures when you are lying on the ground shooting up close.

  • […] I was also inspired to do this after reading the book Photographing Flowers by Harold Davis that I recently reviewed. In it, Harold discusses techniques like this one, as well as a number of other great ways to […]

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    Terry Bourk

    I have read you new book “Behind the Landscape.” I could not “put it down” meaning that I kept at it because each photo you presented/analyzed was interesting and informative. I am trying to develop an eye for composition (both the scene and the light).

    Thank you! The examples you present and the suggestions are very helpful. Purple Mountains, McKinley River and Wonder Lake are fascinating.


    Roger Sinclair

    You have done it again! Another triumph.

    Your generosity to share, the clarity of thought and concise explanation thereof is brilliant. Perhaps I should also mention the beautiful photos and the talent necessary to produce them.

    Thank you, Dan.