This is a double mirrored image of some succulents that are growing in the front yard in my neighborhood. Enjoy!
Nine exposures of a vase of carnations. Camera is mounted on a tripod and in manual mode. Before each exposure I turned the vase a few degrees. In post I edited the images in layers. Enjoy!
I photographed a Rose from my yard several times. First I created a “low key stack” of the Rose on the left hand side. Combined several exposures in layers and masking techniques I creates a beautiful backlit image on a black background. Then I created a group of different images. I moved the rose during the exposure to create a motion blur. I picked a blurred image and used it as part of my background. The sharp and blurred rose give the image an interesting contrast.
I listened to a photographic presentation where the photographer talked about colors and how they influence the viewer. He mentioned that the colors red is very dominant and just a little red in an image makes a significant impact.
I decided to photograph a small red rose in my yard. I waited after sunset and then I used my fiber optic lamp to create this blue background. I wanted blue as a cold color in contrast to the warm red color of the rose.
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.
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.
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!
I walked through my neighborhood photographing blooming trees. I postproduction I created this image out of three images.
Enjoy and keep on photographing!