I organized several Morning Glory and one Oleander blossom in a bowl filled with water. I mounted a flash underneath the bowl and created a so called high key stack. In post production I created this image editing in layers and using mask techniques,
The dogwood is currently blooming in Yosemite Valley. I photographed these blossoms using a Helios 44-2 lens and a remote controlled flash unit. In post production I used layers and masking techniques to create this image.
First I photographed just the solar panel then I took a second exposure with the roses in front of the solar panel without changing the camera setting. In post production I overlaid the two images using different blending modes and masking techniques.
Enjoy the images and keep on creating great images!
I had to cut off a branch of my trumpet vine since it was growing into the back porch door. I carefully cut the blossoms and arrange them in a bowl of water.Then I photographed them and focus stacked several images. Finally I added a Topaz art filter to get this image.
I cut twenty blossoms from one of my neighbors blooming bush and arranged them in a bowl of water. I photographed a high key stack of images which I combined using different blending modes and masks to create this image.
I cut seven potato blossoms in my backyard and photographed them in preparation for out special week in the beginning of April. Seven photographers will present their flower images during the first full week in April 2019. Check out our photoblog by clicking on www.passionforphotos.com.
In post production I organized my exposures in layers and used masking techniques to create this image.
I cut three slices of an orange which I put on an lightbox and photographed. I created seven exposures from normal exposure to high key images. In post production I overlaid the images using different blending modes and masks to create this image.