Well the weather was dry Good Friday, which makes a change for Easter! So we decided to take a little ride up to Ashenbank Woods near Cobham, Kent. We didn’t walk our normal trail this time and headed deeper into the woodland. Advertisements
I was playing around today with an image I took at Merriments Gardens in East Sussex. As soon as I saw the image I knew I wanted to create a monochrome image of this tulip… I loved the shine on the petals. Anyway after processing the image I thought about playing around with the Split …
Photographer: Bren Ryan Location: n/a Date: 25th April 2013 Camera: Canon EOS 1100D Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.-5.6 IS II Aperture: f/4.5 Shutter Speed: 1/50 sec ISO: 3200 Focal Length: 29 mm
This photograph was one I took way back in spring 2013, when I found a tulip growing in my garden… I loved the black and white version, but I thought the petals needed something, so I added a very hint of blue to the petals.
His Favourite Flower… Now whenever we go out and it is spring… one of the flowers that my husband loves to capture is tulips. As soon as he spies a tulip… that is it … he has to photography it. In fact he even has me tulip watching in Spring. 😀 Here are a few …
This above photo was taken at Bateman’s and in the wild flower garden… standing amongst the wild flowers was this lonesome tulip.
As spring has sprung I thought I would post a tulip.. to celebrate the fact that the sun is shining and spring is here.. at long last. Taken: 28th April, 2013 Location: Ightham Mote Camera: Canon EOS600D F Stop: f/6.3 Exposure: 1/2500sec ISO: 800 Focal Length: 55mm Max Aperture: 5