I'm a pro photographer. Here are my six tips for photographing wildflower superblooms.

Get close! Closeup photos of wildflowers can reveal amazing details, like the raindrops on this poppy.

Try using the Portrait mode on your iPhone with Stage Light for dramatic, black backgrounds

If you have a DSLR or mirrorless camera, try using a polarizing filter for less haze and dramatic skies.

Increase Saturation in the Edit mode on the iPhone Photos app to make the colors of your flowers pop.

Try using a long lens (70+mm) or the 3X mode on your iPhone to get closeups if you can't safely approach the flowers.

Share your photos! It helps promote biodiversity. Swipe up to read my full guide to photographing wildflowers.