What I don’t know about photography could fill volumes. My trying to take a picture of the teeny-tiny flowers of baby’s breath is a prime example. Perhaps a small tripod and learning how to leave the lens open long enough would help get many more of the flowers in focus.
These flowers are often used as fillers in a bouquet, but my vase is holding only baby’s breath. It is a 3-inch high mini-vase, made of porcelain. The upper part of the vase has a transparent blue glaze, and the lower part of it shows a light brown toasty color from the wood fueling my kiln.