I used a lightbox to photograph these flowers. Enjoy!
I photographed Oleander blossoms. In post production I converted the RGB image into LAB. In the LAB mode I inverted the L channel to get this image.
This is a composition of sixty images. Each image was exposed one minute. In post production all sixty images were combined and slightly tweaked into this final image.
Enjoy these roses that I cut in my backyard and photographed!
I took seven exposures of this single blossom organizing the images in payers in post production. then I used masking techniques and different blending modes to arrive at this image.
I dropped an effervescent tablet in a glass of water which I positioned in a dark room. On each side I mounted a high sync flash. I had mounted the camera on a tripod and manually prefocussed. I used an exposure time of 1/8000 of a second to freeze the fast moving bubbles.
Enjoy and be creative at home during the pandemic season!
I picked a bunch of screws and placed them on a reflective surface. As a background I used a black card board and a fiber optic lamp which also served as my light source. Then I started experimenting with different f-stops and exposures times. As a final touch I added a Topaz art filter.
Enjoy and keep on creating great images!
I photographed these geese landing on a field at the Merced Game Refuge. It was amazing to me to see thousands of birds flying so close together and not colliding. It looked like a logistic masterpiece! Enjoy!
We are seven photographers on this block. Normally we share images that we like but once a quarter we agree on a common theme and the first full week of January, April, July and October we all post the same theme. Next week we share our best bird images so please visit our website!
The Amaryllis started to bloom at my neighbors front yard. Early in the morning I photographed them using a 180 mm macro lens mounted on a tripod. Enjoy and be creative with your images!