Posts from the ‘photography of plants’ Category
From the blue sky of Pilatus Kulm …
… down towards the Vierwaldstättersee.
Then by gondola above the woods,
back to the flatland …
… back to Lucerne and the blue of its Roiss river.
Click each picture to enlarge.
Buildings and woods, walls and plants, stones and leaves. An unintentional camouflage in the gardens of Quinta de Regaleira and Sintra. Without the colorful help, do you spy the camouflage in the last picture?
Click each picture to enlarge and tell rocks from stems. The last picture depicts Castelo dos Mouros (Castle of Moors), up on the peaks of Sintra. Click it to enlarge.
This is a research on creating landscape photography on plant subjects. Spring is blooming and high is the temptation of shooting single, static, wonderful objects like flowers and buds. However, where is the photographer interpretation in reproducing single objects? The creation of floral landscapes pushes the photographer to look for shape repetition, pattern development, light focusing, background uniformity, series building and contrast search. Below the results.
New and old
New on old
Needles and spikes
Leaves or flowers ?
Pictures shot with Nikon D800 in live view mode plus Nikon 50 mm f/1.4 G at its soft spot (f/5.6). Click each picture to enjoy full details.