Photography

Using Flowers As A Backdrop

Shooting outdoors has many different perks and one of them would be the natural backdrops that you can find all around you. In winter you’ll be more likely to get those beautiful snowy backgrounds. Blossom in spring is sure to make a stunning backdrop, Summer, A few more blossoms and flowers will appear and then you’ll be blessed with the most beautiful yellows, oranges and red hues in the trees.
These flowers have just recently blossomed on my tree in the back garden and I just had to utilize them for some images, due to them being white I thought they’d look absolutely stunning with the beautiful platinum wig that I bought last week! My sister came to stay with me again over the weekend and it’s become a kind of tradition that every time she stays we do some kind of photoshoot. She enjoys getting glam and I enjoy taking and editing the photographs. Bob’s ya uncle and Fanny’s ya aunt!
I’ve mixed up the editing techniques within this post, as you’ll see the images don’t exactly match each other when it comes to the tones in the images but that’s because I’m quite undecided about what edit I like the most, if you have a favouriteĀ I’d love to know it and why that’s your fave!

The Photographs

Image 1: The image was taken with Canon 6D and 50mm 1.4
Image 2: The image was taken using a Canon 6D and a 28-55mm zoom lens. f3.4

Image 3: The image was taken using a Canon 6D and a 28-55mm zoom lens. f3.4


Image 4: The image was taken using a Canon 6D and a 28-55mm zoom lens. f3.4

Image 5: The image was taken using a Canon 6D and a 28-55mm zoom lens. f3.4

Image 6: The image was taken using a Canon 6D and a 28-55mm zoom lens. f3.4

Image 7: The image was taken using a Canon 6D and a 28-55mm zoom lens. f3.4



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