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Tulip Impressionism
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Posted By: aitrus3, 04-26-2020, 07:17 PM

I don't usually do flowers, but thought I'd play with some off camera flash and try a tulip portrait, and then I had some fun and did an impressionistic version.

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I like it.

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Tulip Impressionism
Very nice indeed, this is my kind of flower photography, soft and gentle.
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Very nice! I like the impressionist look along with the great colors.

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I like it.

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Yes! I got a like from the flower master! I admit, you (along with a few others on Facebook) were my inspiration.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
Very nice indeed, this is my kind of flower photography, soft and gentle.
Thanks! I played around with it a lot, and originally I boosted the clarity quite a bit. Took a step back and realized that the clearer part of the flower actually needed much less clarity.

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QuoteOriginally posted by ToddK Quote
Very nice! I like the impressionist look along with the great colors.
Thanks Todd While I liked the normal version, I didn't love it until I decided to try stacking a whole bunch of shots together and bringing a little of the clarity back in.
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QuoteOriginally posted by aitrus3 Quote
I had some fun and did an impressionistic version.
Nicely done!


I can imagine that picture hanging on the wall.

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aitrus, the more I study this image, the more I am convinced that what you have here is a contest winner. Please consider entering this into the Gallery Contests here on PF.

I would love to have this one hanging on more than one wall in my home. Very creative and very interesting. Thanks again.

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aitrus, the more I study this image, the more I am convinced that what you have here is a contest winner. Please consider entering this into the Gallery Contests here on PF.

I would love to have this one hanging on more than one wall in my home. Very creative and very interesting. Thanks again.

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Wow, thanks TT. Coming from you that's high praise. I've not heard of the Gallery Contests. Where can you find them? I looked briefly and they weren't where I first suspected.

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For those curious, here is a side-by-side "Tulip-two-ways" frame.


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Nice work. It's a beautiful image.
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Wow, thanks TT. Coming from you that's high praise. I've not heard of the Gallery Contests. Where can you find them? I looked briefly and they weren't where I first suspected.

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For those curious, here is a side-by-side "Tulip-two-ways" frame.
Just look up above where it starts: Recent Photos, Post a Photo, Critique,Contest Gallery and Enter a Contest. Hope this helps. TT
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