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Dave_HendersonBack to the still life today after finding a black background. Had quite a bit of success with this. The coloured version has a textured layer of cracked earth added to the vase along with a brimstone coloured fly paper, I like the tones it has produced. That was all I had time for until go...

08/06/2013 - 10:19 AM

365 - 1 .... The first day.

Dave_HendersonWell here goes, hope I'll be able to keep the challenge going for a year. My aim is to keep a record of daily events and happenings on the photographic side of things but if anything else out of routine occurs, it will be posted! I bought some flowers on Thursday to do some still life work invol...

blastedkaneSo blog point 2. I am hoping that if I can commit making the time for this then I can also find the time to complete a project 52.. time will tell I suppose... This week I have been continuing with the tulips theme that I started last week, however after taking the live tulips last week I have b...

12/11/2012 - 8:38 AM

Typical for Amsterdam

conradEvery major city probably has flower stalls, but those in Amsterdam are different, because you can buy more than cut flowers there. They cater for more than just the local public that wants to take flowers home and put them in a vase. After all, Amsterdam is the most popular tourist destination in t...

01/07/2012 - 8:28 AM

Week 26 of my 52

topsyrmA benchmark week, half way through the challenge. I spotted this on Wednesday so the pressure was then off. As always, comments welcome.

16/02/2012 - 9:28 PM

Project 365-169

CaptivePhotonsI went for a walk in the cemetery again today and was snapping a few things I thought I might use for my pic of the day. I climbed a hill and turned a corner to be confronted by a carpet of what I think are crocii, (well they aint daffs!). The picture doesn't do justice to the amount of flowers and...

01/01/2012 - 8:32 PM

365 Project: Day 1

Ozzie55It's new years day and I eager to begin my 365 photo project with an image from around the area where I live. Oh well, change of plans straight away because of the weather; belting down rain all day, so had to find something inside to photograph. I have an orchid flowering at the moment so took a ...

27/11/2011 - 11:02 PM

Day 94: Bouquet

discreetphoton Bouquet Flowers are difficult subjects. The closer you get, the more shots you find, and even a shift of a few millimetres can give a completely different composition. You’ll never get the same shot twice, and you really start to think about composition, tone and colour. The fundamentals. ...

07/03/2011 - 10:27 PM

Flower photography

liannaOk, so blog number two... not sure how successful these are going to be but he who does not try..... and all that jazz.... I have spent many an hour looking through shots in the photography gallery thinking, now thats a cool shot, i like that angle, wow that detail is superb... bla bla... and one...

PeteToday's entry for my Photo365 project was inspired by the ePHOTOzine Black & White group who've set there weekly B&W challenge with the theme flowers. I decided to dismantle the Christmas flower display that was wilted after a week of intense heat from central heating and fireplace. And pull...

09/08/2010 - 10:37 PM

My photography

DianeFifieldI just love being out in the countryside and around by the coast with my camera by my side. We have such wonderful scenery in this country and fabulous flowers in our gardens so i will keep clicking away with my camera trying to do justice to what my eyes can see.

25/06/2008 - 1:16 PM

Sharpness Overrated?

conradA discussion on the forum* and an article in Naturfoto** made me think about the need to have your photographic subject pin sharp. Is that really necessary? I'm beginning to think it isn't. You might think it is, because in the gallery you may usually expect an immediate reaction from members wh...