Fine Art Flower Photography

Wednesday I promised you a video. Well, like a lot of times, we ran into a little problem with internet and music. So we or rather David is working on it. In the meantime why not a Fine Art Friday again? I haven’t really shot many photos lately, even less edited any. But yesterday I processed a photo I took on our first day here when David was out windsurfing. I took it because of the bee and the bright yellow of the flower. However, when I processed it, I was a lot more intrigued by the the blur and bokeh and tried to emphasize it. No other texture added, this is my fine art flower photography for today.

If you click the picture to enlarge it you will see how pollen covered the little bee is 🙂

 flower, bee, yellow, bokeh


And now to the regular feature of Friday Four Fill ins ~ here is from Hilary’s blog:

Each week, I plan on listing four statements with a blank for you to fill in on your own blogs. If you want to join the fun and come up with four fill in’s of your own, please email them to me  . If I use them, I will add you as co-host to the hop! This week’s co-host is Lisa from Lisa writes! she came up with the last two statements! I REALLY, REALLY, REALLY NEED SOME STATEMENTS!

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This week’s statements:



1) Help! I really need a better plan to combine my photography and my 8-5 work.
2) My photography, art is my passion.
3) I cannot wait to live it fully, and preferably somewhere on a beach.
4) The sentence has several words made of several letters.


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8 thoughts on “Fine Art Flower Photography”

  1. I really love that shot. I’m always impressed with myself when I manage to get a nice bokeh effect in my photos since i don’t have any lenses that are considered “perfect” for bokeh. But I’ve learned that a lot of time it really doesn’t so much matter what tools you have but how you use them!
    I’d like to live by the ocean too one day!

  2. Amazing shot – just look at his little yellow pollen soaked legs!! so cool.
    If you figure out how to combine your passion in life – with also making some money – let me know ‘kay?
    I think we’d all like to know that secret.


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