We have put ourselves in self-isolation so for monochrome madness I have done a dahlia in black and white. It was a quick process.
Yes, that’s right Floral Friday is very late, but not cancelled, unlike many other events around Australia at the moment. For me, the worst one is the flower and garden show.
Now that I have the Fujifilm X-T3 I find I’m limited when it comes to macro, but I did get the Lensbaby Velvet 56 for it and the photos for Floral Friday were taken with that.
While my dahlias are going well there are new flowers in the garden and I thought I would share them with you today for Floral Friday. Two are new and one is just reflowering.
The heading is called lighting for close up photography, but really that is because many of the principles are the same for food and still life.
For floral Friday I wanted to you some more dahlias from my garden that have started flowering. There are 12 plants and now 5 of them are flowering.
My garden has it’s first dahlia flowering and I thought I would share it with you for Floral Friday. I am really looking forward to seeing more in the months to come.
So exactly, do you want some more information about macro photography? I have found a video that will help explain how extension tubes work.
It is summer here and winter in the Northern Hemisphere and so today I thought it would be good to show some videos to give you ideas on what you can shoot at this time of the year.
Last week I took the Lensbaby Velvet 56 to Alowyn Gardens to get flowers with it and I thought it would be a good post for Floral Friday.