Tulip I is the first image in my 2015 tulip series. I used natural light to photograph several tulips that were decaying. Tulip I is a day-dream. I used back lighting, ambient light, and a shallow depth of field to achieve the swirly, dreamy effect.
In post processing I did a simple curves adjustment, just to give a little color pop.
Your photographs are a delightful blend of soft art and bright surprise, Robyn. This is wonderful!
Thank you so very much, Marylin! “Delightful blend of soft art and bright surprise” – I love that description! XO
Wonderfully swirly and dreamy!
Thanks so much Sue! Happy to know you think so! Enjoy your day!
Georgia O’Keefe watch out!! Wow….!!!! 🙂 🙂
You are too kind my friend! Thanks so much, Lori!!!
Una vera meraviglia, che spettacolo!!
You are so kind…thank you Patrizia!
Gorgeous work Robyn
Thank you so very much, Nora! I appreciate your kind words!
I HATE FLOWER SHOTS! But I love this! 🙂
I know you do, Emilio….therefore, every time you like, or even better, love, one my floral shots I am ever so excited!!! Woohoo!!
My wife might be happy to hear I am still able to excite a woman! I was beginning to wonder. Thank you!
LOL! Oh Emilio! So glad to have you back!!!
Wow! simply glorious, Robyn. Well done. 🙂
Thank you ever so much Frank!!
Gorgeous! It looks like an exquisite painting!
Thank you! Enjoy your day!!
Great shot Robyn, and it is so nice to see and then have you give the background to how you shot it. Wonderful.