Photographed against a white foamboard, indoors by window, natural light, overexposed.
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Lovely photo. I like the "look" you have achieved. And thanks for volunteering the information about how you achieved it. :-) That is very helpful!
6 Jun 2009 6:16am
@Dulcie: Thank you for your comment. I'm glad my explanation helped. It is how we all learn from others.
A beautiful blossom shot. I like the minute detail you capture. The color is subtle and very effective as is the white background. Very well done.
6 Jun 2009 2:15pm
The white foam core background gives the image an entirely different look than what I'm accustomed to seeing from you -- a more, ummmmm, graphic look perhaps. As always, you achieved wonderful clarity and detail.
6 Jun 2009 4:57pm
Not so sure I like the white background...seems not quite as "dramatic" as on a darker background...composition is lovely, but again, i'd love to have seen this shot, on something darker...
6 Jun 2009 6:02pm
@Susan: I'm experimenting. You are not the only photographer who does not like a white BG. I do appreciate your comments!
High key beauty.
7 Jun 2009 12:02am
Stunning! Love the contrast..the light..the simplicity of the white background.
7 Jun 2009 3:55pm
Stunningly artistic composition here . . the soft, natural colors make this a perfect study.
7 Jun 2009 5:29pm
I have to get used to the white background. It's similar to studies painted on a white cardboard or canvas.
7 Jun 2009 6:13pm
Interesting to see the range of views about the background. I group this photo with others you've done that remind me of designs on glazed porcelain. Delightful as design. I also enjoy the opportunity to see this flower in such a different context from the lovely mass we have in the garden.
7 Jun 2009 8:34pm
I really like the processing you have done here. It suits the object very well.
7 Jun 2009 10:23pm
Marvelous composiition, Anita. Again I'd like to see this in a dark background for the pop factor.
8 Jun 2009 10:42am
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