Are you looking for lavender field photo shoot ideas? Here are 10 different flower field poses you can try!
As things slowly open up in Washington State, I’ve been looking for more outdoor spaces to safely visit. I’ve also been looking for/planning to take road trips inside Washington State this summer. My friend Maddy and I decided to make a day trip to the Trinity Gardens Lavender Farm in Quincy, WA. This lavender is located about 2 ½ hours away from Seattle and it was a perfect day trip to Eastern Washington.
Trinity Gardens Lavender Farm is open from May-October but peak lavender season is June-July. I recommend calling ahead if you’re going to visit on the weekend to make sure there isn’t a private event because the field does host weddings.
If you’re planning a trip to visit a lavender field this summer, here are 10 lavender field photo shoot ideas you can try:
1.Sit in the rows of lavender
2. Skip through the lavender
3. Hold hands with a friend
If you’re looking for a pose to do with a family member or a friend, I recommend holding hands! It’s an easy way to involve each other in the shot.
4. Walk away from the camera while holding your hat
5. Place both hands on your hat
6. Place one hand on your hat
7. Aim your face towards the sun and bend one knee
If you’re looking to add movement to your lavender field photo shoot, I recommend lifting one leg/bending one knee up and bringing it back down. You aren’t actually going anywhere, but it does create movement in the shot.
8. Throw your peace sign in the air
9. Walk across the lawn
Another easy way to add movement in photos is to walk. This lavender field had a green lawn in the middle. I decided to walk across it to mix up the lavender field shots.
10. Face the lavender field
If lighting is really harsh and you’re concerned about the strong shadows on your face, one thing you can always do is face the lavender field. I love these types of shots because they really highlight the landscape and they’re always so dreamy!
Thank you for reading!
What other flower fields in Washington State do you recommend visiting this summer?
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