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I love how in the world of flowers, beauty and imperfection can co-exist in such a comfortable manner. Actually, I guess it's that way in all of life. Without 'imperfection', can one really know beauty? And what is beauty anyways? The eye of the beholder holds the answer.
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Generally, when I'm seeking to photograph flowers and nature with fine art photography prints in mind, I shoot as I go. In other words, I do not shoot in a studio. I observe things as I go and I try to find those still moments in nature that might otherwise be obscured by the bigger picture. I try to practice the art of really seeing, trying to find the little, beautiful gems. Life is that way. I find it is composed of many gems hidden amongst the riff-raff of day to day living, the trick can be in finding them and then savoring them. It does not come easily and it takes a lot of practice. At least it does for me. It's a way of thinking, a way of being. As with many things in life, one never fully arrives... A few weeks back I bought some flowers for a personal photography project.I bought several varieties as I was unsure which idea I would settle on. I'm a woman and I like to have a choice! Variety is the spice of life, after all. :) Spring is just beginning here so finding flowers in their natural environment did not provide me with enough choices, or the right kind of options that I was looking for. Additionally, where my last backyard had many possibilities of things to photograph, I currently have a minuscule side yard with little in it. Below is the simple set up I concocted in my dining room (photo taken with my iPhone). Continue reading »
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