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Friday, April 5, 2013

Friday Floral ...

 Floral Love


Another week joining Mona's Floral Love.



 Rather than add texture or computerized backgrounds to my flowers,
I decided to resort to the old fashion trick of photographing it against different colored card stock.

Old school!



I had forgot how much fun this could be. This pretty much wraps up the orange tulips.

14 comments:

  1. Wonderful shots of the tulip!

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  2. Despite being old school I've never tried it actually. And I really should! Thanks for the inspiration, wonderful captures and joining Floral Love Nicki!!! :)

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  3. Lovely macro pictures.
    Have a nice sunny week:-)

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  4. Wow! Beautiful, Nicki!
    I love the first one!
    Have a great weekend!

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  5. I have enjoyed your tulips! Our snow is almost gone here in Michigan. I saw just a tiny bit yesterday, still on the ground where it had been plowed into a pile, it should be gone now since we were in the 50's. So tulips are nice! Ours are coming up but I expect it will be May before they are blooming.

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  6. It's interesting how the Tulip changes with the different backgrounds. Nice shots!

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  7. I don't know if one can fall in love with a photo, but I am certainly in love with your first Tulip... so,so gorgeous!

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  8. Both shots are nice but i prefer the contrasting blue background in this case (even if that does make me odd man out :) ).
    Tis is a great idea that I should try. Heaven knows I have enough card stock around here.

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  9. The old becomes new again!

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  10. Very pretty! There is a time and place for everything and this was a very good time for the card stock, the shots are fantastic. It is fun to see how the first background gives the photo a more romantic feel and the second a light and cheerful feel. Love them both.

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  11. Awesome tulip shots, Nicki! Great job on the background contrast.
    Ranch Wife Robyn

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