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This photo was taken at the Gifted Hand show a couple years back in Ellsworth, Maine. I bought some of the Sister’s Soaps but it was the amazing color that caught my eye!
Orchids are among my favorite flower but most interesting to photograph. There are so many intricate parts on which to focus, always a challenge!
Sometimes it’s as much about the depth of field, lighting and color, for me, as it is the entire composition or subject. I like this shallow depth of field combined with the lighting which allowed me to achieve some pretty interesting bokeh! This was from a craft fair in Ellsworth, Maine last year and this was the Lucky Dog Gallery display.
This is the Rosa Rugosa bush (flowers not present in this photo) and the red bud you see are rose hips. Bokeh is a photographic term for the desired quality of the blurred section of a photograph (the highlighted out of focus circles)
Here are four completely different examples of various lighting and depth of field that I just love to play with!
This was taken at a small B&B/Farm in Maine. The lighting in the barn was just perfect to capture this little one! Only a face a mother could love?
This is actually Maine. It’s a wonderful spot at the tip of Clark Island, down between Spruce Head and Port Clyde with a shallow area with sand and clear turquoise water!
I just like the detail in this ceiling fixture – the base is actually sterling silver!
this shot takes me back to my college days when I used to develop and print my own photography!