Good morning from Minneapolis! I have one last floral photo to share with you all from this set. There’s more in the archive, from a different day, but I haven’t gotten around to editing any of those yet.
I’ve found these large colorful daisy looking flowers really fun to shoot in recent years. I have no idea what they’re called though.
I might be about three weeks late with this post, but I finally made it to my favorite new photograph. I used this one as the front of my new business cards and even got it printed to replace the big photograph in our bathroom.
I’m honestly just in love with it. The colors, even pre-editing, were gorgeous.
Also, TBH, I’m unsure whether this is actually a Pyrennaicum succulent, but judging from the lists I pored over to figure it out, it’s the closest I could find.
I went MIA for nearly two weeks in the middle of some great photos…don’t ask me why, even I don’t know.
Anyway, I’m back with a continuation! This is definitely one of my favorite new photos that I’ve taken. Enough that I decided to stick it on the back of my new business cards! The colors look even better printed out. The blues are deeper and more vibrant which makes the oranges really pop out.
This is the perfect example of what I was talking about in an earlier post about focusing on contrasting colors in my recent pieces.
Hope you enjoy!
P.S. Check out my new cards!
Today I’ve got two pieces to share. They’re so similar, I figured they should be shared as a sister set.
I don’t have much to say about these other than I really enjoy photographing ferns and fern-like plants and leaves. They’re always something interesting about them.
Another day, another flower.
This is one of the photos that I was really excited about and decided to get it printed as an 8×10. It looks even better in real life than it does on screen. The lavender’s pop, the bluey-greens balance them out, and there’s an overall calming effect when you look at it.
In editing, I made sure to amp up the glowing lavender of the petals and balance them out with cool greens. I love the final result.