Monochrome Madness: 2 – 11

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For Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness

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22 thoughts on “Monochrome Madness: 2 – 11

  1. This is a gorgeous image Katie. I can never really think of another way to photograph dandelions but this really shows their potential. I also really like the way that the focus has been done. This is great for leading the eye out from the centre, meaning the viewer is likely to find it more interesting. Great work.

    PS: Thanks for your comment on my latest post.

    1. Thank you for your comment, I really appreciate it. I took this using my extension tubes, which give a really shallow depth of field and the sun was shining through the fluffy bits of the dandelion seed which really helped to highlight it. I can only agree with your post about shooting flowers with the light coming from behind, it really can give a beautiful effect.

  2. The tiny detail on the feathers of the dandelion are so delicate. What a skill to produce such evocative images. The contrast in the monochrome is so vibrant and has so many layers of depth to it. Thank you for sharing this art.

      1. It’s awesome. And it is definitely art as you have transformed the original into a new creation. That’s my take anyway! It would also look superb framed. Enjoying your monochrome collections so much.

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