Wildflowers in Mt. St. Helens captured by @xjtian using the #A7II | FE 16-35 mm f/4 | 16 mm | f/8 | 1/30 | ISO 200 | ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Read here to find out how this shot was captured: "Wildflowers can be very tricky foreground subjects to shoot, but if you understand how to manipulate perspective, you'll find it a lot easier to shoot the perfect frame. First, adjust your camera on your tripod up and down until you can capture the flowers, some midground, and your background all in the same frame. Depending on how big the flowers are, you may find a short or inverted center column on your tripod useful. Next, to balance your composition, adjust your perspective by moving back and forth. If the flowers are too small, get closer and zoom out. If they're too big for your background subject, move back and zoom in. With a little bit of practice, you'll be able to find the perfect composition every time!"