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Friday, June 03, 2005

Back Garden Fun


All Nikon D70 @ 50mm, either f/1.8 or f/2.8, ISO 200
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I didn't get much photography done while I was away for a few days there. So as you can imagine, I was experiencing withdrawal symptoms and so had to get some shots today. It was overcast, late in the day, and i didn't have the car, so i decided just to go exploring in my back garden.

I've been doing quite a bit of landscape photography recently where beautiful scenes are usually obvious to spot. So i thought it would be a nice change to try and find the extra in the ordinary things. It's not to everyone's taste but i usually find the results pretty interesting.

I'm also not a big fan of flower photography, so i always find that a challenge when giving it a try. I saw a post on dpreview recently where the poster talked about 'designing the background'. So in some of these shots i was concentrating as much on the background as the plant itself.

It was a good hour i spent in the garden and a few more on PP, so it helped eleviate the boredom of a rather slow day. I liked the way the images came out and thought they would look good in a montage.

The individual photos can be found here.

3 Comments:

Blogger Owen B. said...

These do work really well as a montage! Very pleasing to see so many perfectly sharp little moments all set in one location...

8:56 pm, June 03, 2005  
Blogger Nothing Like It said...

It's lurvely, I love photo's that make regular objects look beautiful, it's what life is all about!

3:10 pm, June 04, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Thanks a lot guys!

10:05 pm, June 05, 2005  

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