It’s been much colder this week – and the light outside has gone grey and flat.
So I’ve retreated into my small studio in the garage and been experimenting with studio shots of shop-bought flowers. Maybe as Winter passes and Spring arrives I’ll try something similar with the seasonal wild-flowers as they appear during the year. Maybe even try to achieve this outside where the plants are growing. Maybe!!!
All taken on the Olympus OMD EM-II with a 12-100mm Pro lens and a couple of flash guns. Plus a little bit of Photoshop magic. 🙂
My photography club has a theme of ‘Spring‘for April. So here’s my take on the theme – Spring-Time!
A composite shot consisting of five layers matted together in Photoshop.
One from the recent weather across the UK – my back garden taken through a crystal-glass ball!
Almost as it came out of the camera – apart from the falling snow which, bizarrely, I had to add in with Photoshop.
Two of our ‘Five A Day’!
… and a tiny sparrow.
I know that it’s been done before – but you just have to do it, don’t you!
From my recent Northumberland trip with friends from two local photographic groups.
Nikon D800, RAW, imported into Lightroom with added processing in Photoshop.