Three Daisies

Three Daisies

I kept thinking these were more like Black Eyed Susans. Please correct me if I’m ever wrong on my floral photographs. I didn’t use any special lens or technique. The flowers just played right along. Sometimes it’s easy to position your camera right on top of an object or sometimes not. And sometimes you don’t need a high end camera. This was taken with my little Kodak Easy Share in 2010. I used the focus setting to clearly enhance the object in the center and blur the outer objects. These flowers give me a warm, fuzzy feeling.

Fallen Leaf

Fallen Leaf

This photo was taken at a nearby park at the start of fall 2011. A colored leaf stood out and caught my eye. Since taking photographs, I’ve yet to obtain expensive software. I did use a tool to soften the edges around the leaf but that’s as far as the editing has gone. No moisture adhered itself to my lens.

Flower

Flower

This was chosen for my work art show of 2013 by a juried vote.
I love taking photos of flowers. What photographer doesn’t really? I look for the soft, intricate detail of color and petals. Unfortunately, I don’t have a green thumb. Therefore, I cannot give the correct title and description of this photo. It is beautiful with it’s soft and vibrant color. I captured just the right amount of shadowing that makes the edges of the petals dimensional.
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Winter Tree

Winter Tree

This photo was taken at Friendship Park in Gahanna in the Winter of 2013. I took this while out on a first snow of the season hike. The tree stopped me in my tracks and I couldn’t take the picture quick enough as I thought the snow would disappear. Amazingly, I took this with my cell phone and many admire the look. Please email if you would like to purchase this print.