Here is a photograph that I took in Olympic National Park of a fully open trillium. This little cascade was located deep in the wood off the beaten path… and I was just lucky enough to stumble upon it. This simple photograph required lots of small details to compose and capture.
I wanted the trillium to stand out from the background… so choosing a composition as close to the flower as possible was a must. I also placed the Trillium in front of a dark background so that it would draw the viewers attention to the bright white flower. I placed the rock and the trillium using the rule of thirds, and made sure that everything in the frame was in focus.
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