A Rose Captured In Monochrome


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Photograph by ©Omar Upegui R.

Notice the tiny droplets of water on the flower.

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4 thoughts on “A Rose Captured In Monochrome”

    1. Thank you for your very kind comment regarding one of my shots. This is part of the process of becoming a photographer. As you noticed, the rose was sprayed with water to add interest to the subject. The other step was to edit the picture from a color to a monochrone version. I am very happy that you enjoyed it. 🙂

    1. Usually shoot in color, but sometimes I get the itch to try something new. The result was not bad, as the diminute droplets of water were very visible in monochrome.

      I am glad Linda that you are enjoying our pictures. Two days ago I received a new set of lights for portrait pictures. Should be experimenting with them soon using “The Twisters” as guinea pigs. Stay tuned.

      I highly value your continued support and comments. They are useful guides to continue with my quest to become a photographer. 🙂

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