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Playing with light

Discussion in 'Flora' started by mahoganyturtle, 26 May 2012.

  1. mahoganyturtle

    mahoganyturtle MobiTog iOTY 2012 Mobi Veteran

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    It's getting cooooold here in Australia so I've snuggled up in my kitchen to play with light with some flowers :D The first 2 have a filter from dream camera the rest are nekkid :D Would love some feedback from the photographers among us on how I did? Any suggestions on improving them?? Thanks :D
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    Mel, I like what you have done; I especially like the these two 6x6. I like how the light appears to infuse the petals. To my novice eye the stream of light is the force that is adding color and forcing the bloom. In the second shot I like the focus and the appearance of diffused light in the background that adds a sheerness to the yellow. I don't have any suggestions...I wouldn't know what to suggest :cheeks:
     
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    Thanks Delta :D I do love the way I can change the colour and focus area of the flower using the light
     
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    These are all incredibly beautiful! The luminosity you achieved is so lovely... :inlove:

    My only "critique": for me, the light stream in the 2nd 6x6 photo is a bit too bright. It takes away from the flower...

    How did you do this? Natural light, or did you sit them under a light/lamp?

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    Very nice Mel, great detail that emphasizes the delicacy of these beautiful flowers, my God what an incredible planet we live on !!
     
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    mahoganyturtle MobiTog iOTY 2012 Mobi Veteran

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    Thank you all

    Cat I am using the kitchen range hood and the stainless splash back *blush*
     
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    Hi Mel- these are really cool. Here are a couple of suggestions of things to try. I would like to see the light in the back a little more defused. Maybe you could put some type of filter over the light. Also photographers shine light on an object from several different directions to get shadowing. I think a little more front light may be nice.
     
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  8. mahoganyturtle

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    Fantastic!! thank you Reed!!
     

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