Yesterday I spent a very hot and sunny day at Kew Gardens taking photos of insects and flowers.
Now on day 97 I am well into the swing of things. I have learnt so much doing this project, almost wish I had done it sooner.
Today I went to a flower photography workshop, which showed me how to take creative photos in a studio using different techniques and lighting. The techniques below included multiple exposures in camera and slow shutter speeds with intentional camera movement.
37 days into my 365 Project and it’s becoming easier to get inspired. Below are some examples of my daily photos.
I visited Sheffield Park to view the autumn colours, what a beautiful park, I highly recommend a visit. Next to Sheffield Park is the Bluebell Railway.
Below are some images taken at the Natural History Museum Butterfly Tent in London, an amazing place well worth a trip.
I have managed to grow something pretty in the garden. I photographed my lily using a 30mm lens and I used a preset to finish my image in lightroom.
Wednesday night I went on a trip with Beckenham Photographic Society to take photos of the local Lavender Farm. I decided to get a bit creative this time, as the light was very poor and challenging. I experimented with in camera multiple exposures and different camera angles, as well as a bit of macro and … More Mayfield Lavender Farm, Surrey, UK
One of our day trips in Cornwall was to the Eden Project.
This is an ongoing project looking at Water themed images in Monochrome………………