Day 18 – Playing with Rose Petals
The roses in the Bouquet doesn’t last that long, maybe it’s too cold for them, it’s REALLY cold today!
I started taking the rose petals off and casting them on a piece of paper, photographed from above, but it didn’t look nice, boring. Tried making shapes with the rose petals, arranging them on black and white backgrounds, still too boring.
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The Birth of Photo-a-Day
Sometimes you just live your life or just float along until you see something on the internet or out there in the real world or even in your own meditative mind that makes you go: AAAAHA That’s maybe an Idea!
I had such a light bulb moment earlier today… and I’m tired of having all these Ideas and not doing anything with them, so I’m running with it… Life is too short for regrets!
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Yellow Roses of Inspiration
Playing in studio with my camera and a birthday gift for someone. Obviously before I gift these flowers, I had to photograph them first!
Potted Yellow Roses.
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Death of a Rose
Finally, the roses are dead. The roses I bought on 14 Feb lasted for more than 3 weeks, in a vase. Never before have I seen cut flowers last that long. Just amazing.
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Roses from the Pandemic
Not a very original title, I know… Really can’t think of anything better at this moment! But it does have meaning to me, all that really matters!
October 2019 was the last time I actually photographed something that went on to be printed that went on to be added to my shop. That would be the Protea Prints. The Tulips were photographed in 2018.
Where the hell did the time go? What the AF did I do the last 2 years?? WTF Indeed!
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As I mentioned before, my passion for nature/still life photography started real early; actually it’s always been that, but the magic and passion really ignited with the arrival of my first digital camera.
I was able to do a setup in studio, take a photograph and immediately see the result. From there I could see if I would need to do a lot of editing to ‘fix’ the photo or if it would be better to just take another photo and do as much as possible in camera.
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