White on White

Simply cannot help myself – such a simple small thing like a dandelion is providing so many creative opportunities.

For those new to my blog (hello and welcome!) I have been doing a 21 Days of Creative Abundance course, and one exercise is to set aside 15 min per day to do “something” creative – anything!

Right now the crop of dandelions in my garden is embarrasingly large, but who cares when I can pick one, bring it inside, setup a shoot and get images like this!

Edited in LR with a Kim Klassen preset – bought into PS and cranked the brightness up even further.

Please click to embiggen, it looks even better larger view!

I adore all the white in this image, and how the dandelion fades imperceptibly into the background at the edges but there is sharp detail visible with the darker part to throw it into relief.

Like it?  Don’t Like it?  Tell me why!



About lensaddiction

Mad keen photographer figuring it out as she goes!
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8 Responses to White on White

  1. Dina says:

    Love it, it looks absolutely gorgeous!

  2. loisajay says:

    Yes, I love it! There is something so pretty and so simple about one flower on a white background.

  3. This is absolutely stunning! Simplicity at its best 🙂

  4. afairymind says:

    Beautifully simple. A stunning image. 🙂

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