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Flower mono

27/07/2012

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  1. 28/07/2012 12:00 pm

    That’s good, Graham, and using mono is exactly right as it removes what may be brilliant colours and let’s us see what’s underneath – in this case the shapes and tones of the bloom, which are beautiful.

    And the picture is significantly elevated by the ghostly impressions of the darker leaves, which are more or less mimicking the shapes and orientations of the flower’s structure. Good stuff! Adrian

  2. 29/07/2012 10:51 am

    Strong contrast – strong picture.

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