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Ruffled Cyclamen in High Key

Lately I have been working with a photography mentor to see if I can improve the quality of my photos.   During our sessions I have discovered that I have a love of high key photography.  That is photos that are taken with a white or bright background. 

I bought a pot of ruffled pink cyclamen that I spend a lot of time photographing.  With Valentine’s Day just around the corner I though I would share these with you.

Joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.  Enjoy your week.  We have snow so highly piled in the drive way that I hold my breath backing out.  You can not see what is coming down the road until you are quite a ways out.   Come on spring.

Valerie

Comments

If this is high key photography, I like it - well done Val!
Pondside said…
They are just beautiful - something quite heart-touching about them. They'd make perfect Valentine cards.
eileeninmd said…
Lovely flower and color! Beautiful photos, well done! Enjoy your week ahead!
My name is Riet said…
Wow, beautiful work, job wel done Valerie
Pamela Gordon said…
These are gorgeous images, Valerie! I love the colour and the white background makes it pop. We don't have as much snow here as you and thankfully there isn't any in the forecast until later in the week. It's just cold but the sun makes it tolerable. :)
These are amazing Val. Love the frills on the flower petals.
That would make it a bit hairy to back out of the driveway. YIKES! Please be careful and let's hope that all other drivers are taking things slowly on your street.
Lisa Gordon said…
These are really beautiful high-key photographs, Valerie, and you know, I have never heard of or seen a ruffled cyclamen! It would be so much fun to photograph one of those.

We had to "cut" our driveway down some because we could not see to back out. I'm really ready for spring too!
hoping for sunny days and for spring to arrive on time
Very nice photos of the cyclamen
Lorrie said…
A photography mentor! What a great idea. Love the bright pops of color on the white background.
This is nice photography...well done!
Georgianna said…
Hi Valerie – I love the color of these images and the bright background. I find high key photography very uplifting emotionally. Wishing you great success with your photography mentor!

G
Naturegirl said…
Very nice Valerie. Flowers in the house does lift the spirit.
I continue to be a snow bunny here at my Trail!
Rosie Nixon said…
Great to see you doing some high key work :) and these have turned out well and so arty. I've put a few more high key ones up on G+ and I've some viburnum ones to publish soon.

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