Hollyhock ‘Halo Candy’

I photographed this Hollyhock (Alcea rosea) blossom from our garden on a light box. The blossom was positioned upright with an improvised holder constructed from paperclips, tape, and an empty pen barrel. I used the same wide-angle macro lens and technique as with Corn Poppy.

Hollyhock ‘Halo Candy’ © Harold Davis

Exif data: Nikon D850, Laowa 24mm f/14 2X macro probe lens, four exposures each at f/45 and ISO 64; shutter speeds from 2 seconds to 20 seconds; tripod mounted; exposure combined in Photoshop.

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