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Having been out most of today, I've not had a chance to play with my paper bag However I have hopefully got some new props coming next week so it will probably reappear soon.
Meanwhile some Scabious I picked up on the way home yesterday - given the usual Lucisart Whyeth treatment - I still love it as some will have noticed!
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Great light and detail.
This is really lovely
You make these 'work' so well Ali...
A pleasure to view.
I like the photo but i think all the white in the background adsorbs all the light coming from the flower. It takes your your eyes of the flowers.
Maybe edit the photo and change the background to a different color.
Amazing detail ! What does it look like without the Lucisart Whyeth treatment?
You're at your best with these.....gorgeous.
Stunning, i love lucis and it works beautifully against the bright white background.
Thank you everyone!
Bitte - I've just uploaded the original shot - well cropped, resized, sharpened and borders added. Not the most exciting methinks?
Rohan - I tend to use white first for all my flower shots - it's permanently set up in the studio so easy just to drag the background around the room to suit the light. I must admit I tend not to use coloured backgrounds - I really should experiment more. I've a black and tan background hanging as well - if I can I'll try them tomorrow and see how they come out.
Superbly composed and presented, beautiful. Carol
Beautiful , love this but look forward to seeing how it works with a different ba'g
What gorgeous images, love the color and detail.
looks beautiful, think the white makes them look bright and fresh.lesley
Quote: Looks beautiful, think the white makes them look bright and fresh.lesley
Just what I was thinking
Love the treatment, really lovely image. Ann
2 great images, but i love v1 and your p/p, brilliant.
V1 looks more like an illustration. I admit it has more bite than V2, but that's because V2's background darkens towards the top. Both nice, but personally I'd go for something between the two. Maybe worth having a go at that sometime.
Thank you again everyone....
Certainly V2 leaves much to be desired with the spread of light on the background. It's been rather dull today and I do prefer to stick to natural light today and no matter what angle I positioned the background, the gradation seemed to be unavoidable. I'd put all my lights away for now as I hope to have a mad Westie charging about in the morning and didn't fancy getting them out again. Maybe I will try to come up with something that sits in the middle - watch this space
Version 1 stands out for me, beautiful presentation.
Great set. V1 for me,
Beautiful V1 for me.
Thank you again everyone - I took more of these flowers today but have yet to inspect the results of my endeavours.
Blues Brothers 2000 is on the box and I'm finding it hard to concentrate and not jig about to the music
Thank you so much for your award Ann - lovely surprise
This is truly gorgeous.
great treatment and Composition
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