After years of using my DSLR as a point and shoot in auto mode, I have started using the manual mode. The colours are much better!! See for yourself 🙂
The one thing with thoughts is that if you don’t capture them when they appear, they get lost… often to not return, just like a moment in time that never comes back. So I had this thought that was weird, way too weird. I thought of a flower that has fallen from a tree… When the flower was up at the tree, it made the tree more beautiful. Smiling amongst the green leaves, it was a symbol of the tree’s health, its bounty. After falling from the tree, it gets picked up and makes something else beautiful. At the feet
Last week, I had put up a post showing flowers in black and white. Though I loved those images, I still think it is the colours that define flowers. In this post, I am showing you the same pictures from the black and white challenge, but in colour…
When I saw this contest on Cee’s page about Flowers in Black&White, I was like this would be easy… I have tons of pictures of gorgeous flowers. Turns out, I was wrong. You take the colour contrast out and the image changes completely. It took me a few tries to realise that a black and white image of a flower is all about shape and texture. Hope you like these… click on any image to launch a slideshow
Can anyone pose better than this 3 year old? A beautiful traditional Indian Pink Sari Gorgeous Pink flowers woven in a gajra – to be worn in the hair These pictures are for Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge Post. The theme today is Pink. Did you like the pictures?