Posts tagged “floral photography

Field (Two Photographs)

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I think these would make good murals. They are the kind of photographs that calm the mind. The background is important and because it’s farther away from the subject than the camera is, I used a relatively small aperture. I got a great out of focus background even with a cropped sensor camera.


Framing (Two Photographs)

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Regardless of what I shoot I like a natural frame when I can get one. As you can see that with the frame of surrounding objects or the out of focus background. Framing helps the subject stand out by focusing attention. Natural framing is never perfect but it adds a touch of impact.

 


Echinacea (Three Photographs)

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These flowers lent themselves to a particular approach in-camera, of getting just the right aperture that took advantage of the distance of the subject from the background. As well in post-processing I ensured the subject stayed vibrant and stood out.