iPhoneography { floral series }

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Still life iPhoneography images aren’t my typical genre. I like people shots. I like candid shots but I’m not a street photographer. I like to use my images as a raw material to give an atmospheric sense of reality. I believe in artistic license when an image is not intended to be journalistic.

This small collection was inspired by my desire to try out some new iPhoneography apps and I like the resulting styles. I hit the bulls-eye in terms of the look I was aiming for. I guess that’s all we can ask of ourselves. If we have a concept in mind and manage to transfer it into a visual space then that is a personal success. Whether others like the results is down to individual taste but I hope you enjoy these.

 

Collection : A series of 5 floral images

Note: If the images are too large please click on them to see them in lightbox view resized to suit screen resolution.

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These flowers were all cut from my own small city courtyard garden. The Rose is a personal favourite with its Raspberry Ripple colours and wonderful scent. It is a ‘Ferdinand Pichard’. The example pictured is probably 2 years old having been hung to dry in our kitchen. There’s something symbolic about a dried out long dead rose that appears to still be in the full throws of bloom.

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