So I went back to find this, rather than what I was expecting…
I used a 105 mm and 50 mm lenses, shooting with narrow depth of field, natural light, at 250 ISO and no tripod. Decay fascinates me, it’s definitely one of my favourite subjects.
Bronze Award for Nature/Flowers at the PX3 in Paris and Honorable Mention at the IPA Awards 2019.
I’m extremely grateful!
So many awards in a few years, I couldn’t be happier! Never give up! This means I have to work harder…Through my pictures, in my studio, I can reach the truest and the most intimate part of my being…Where I feel completely at ease and where I can finally say, I’m in the right place, I’m home. This is the whole point. But I know, I can go even deeper.
Thank you to all my friends that supported me and my work.
Continuing my flower studies with a green Hortensia.
Have a great Sunday! XX
Daucus carota, the very common wild carrot flowers….So ordinary and yet so beautiful! When you take a closer look the flower structure is pretty amazing.
I just love these two colours together!
Low-key still life with Bouquet of Zinnia and Chrysanthemums flowers, on black background. ❤
I love the way in which the light makes the red flowers pop out from the dark background.
Low-key still life flower bouquet with agapanthus, alstroemeria and caper, on dark background. ❤
I just love the vibrant colour of these wonderful Alstroemeria flowers…I think it’s quite an unusual shade of red and really works with the green and yellow in the composition.
What do you think? Do you agree? 🙂 I also think it works better in detail.
…more flower photography on the way!