Blossom Made Abstract
It’s your basic spring morning and I’m just about to walk round to my nanna’s who lives just around the corner and I decided to pick up my camera just in case. Now the walk to my nans is incredibly short, literally takes just under 2 minutes to get there but who knows what might inspire your creativity on the way, right? Lets talk about how I created Blossom made Abstract.
Blossom made Abstract
Literally, stood in my nans back garden and her neighbours had some beautiful white blossom filled trees standing tall and they looked so striking against the deep blue sky that I just snapped a few pictures and I’d work out what to do with them when I got home.
I wanted to create something colourful and I think I managed to achieve that to say the least. I’m interested however to see what you think of these images, let me know in the comments below.
My favourite from the four has to be the image with more red tones in it, purely down to personal preference, not because I think it’s better than the rest or anything.
Fun fact: all of these images were created from one single image.
These photographs were taken using a Canon 6D with a 50mm prime lens and heavily edited in adobe Lightroom.
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