I’ve had a bit of a busy day today, sorting out some more Tulip photographs – I do hope that I am not boring you…..
All taken in natural light with a reflector opposite the main source and coloured card behind the flowers. Oh, I did have fun…
I definitely got my moneys worth out of them and what is more, my wife thought that I bought them for her (no, I don’t think that I managed to fool her really!) I had two attempts at photographing them over two days.
I would like to think that they have a different feel to them despite using some similar methods. I went for a more three dimensional effect this time.
Experimenting, yet again with a range of coloured backgrounds – all A2 size coloured card from Rymans – (other stationery shops are available). I have even tried a bit of focus stacking, but I haven’t processed them yet so I’ll save them for another post.
I was quite pleased that I achieved the vibrant effect that I was looking for and now I have distributed them onto Fine Art America – where people can make framed prints, bags, phone covers, duvet covers and a whole lot more from my photographs – and, if I’m honest other peoples photographs and other artworks:-
I have also put them on Photo4Me
You will remember that I wrote recently about joining them. I have well over 100 photographs on there now.
And, 500px Prime
God loves a trier!
In addition, I have also shown them on Flickr, Pinterest and on my Facebook Fan Page – See I told you I had been busy.