2018-03-10 behind the scene "hole saw / turquoise"

Here the original picture:
https://365project.org/mona65/365/2018-03-09

Karly @365karly1 and Carole @yorkshirekiwi asked for a little lesson how I do my "rainbow coloured shots". As I'm always highly inspired by all the 365 friends and I learned a lot on this project, I am more then glad to share some of my experiences to help others to find solutions and improve in photography. Of course every picture has its unique grow and evolutionary history and more often than not, I’m not able to accomplish the picture I have in mind. This is telling me, that I have to be in the learning process always and the mind-set has to be flexible. Often there are different ways to get a result and it is fun to find its way.

So every picture I do for the rainbow month is achieved differently and I use a million of different things to achieve the bokeh.

It is easier for me to describe my process with pictures, that for I postet the little tutorial on my website:
https://distantplaces.jimdo.com/for-my-365-friends/



Dear Karly @365karly1 and Carole @yorkshirekiwi, if you follow the link, there will be a littele tutorial.
posted March 11th, 2018  
I'm going to have to give this a try one day. Thanks so much Mona for sharing your details! :)
posted March 11th, 2018  
In addition to being so good you are so generous!
posted March 11th, 2018  
Thank you so much Mona, a great in sight. We did a similar thing with Christmas lights and props with our camera club. I would never have thought to put that experience into this challenge. Like how you used coloured files. Inspiring!
posted March 11th, 2018  
Thank you so much, Mona. A perfect explanation with details and photos to explain. A lot of work for you to put that together so thank you very much for being so generous with your time and knowledge. I have bookmarked your website and am enjoying it very much!
posted March 11th, 2018  
Mona, I have admired your photography skills for a long time. You are an inspiration and extremely generous and kind to put this tutorial together and share it. Thank you.
posted March 11th, 2018  
It was fascinating reading your link to the tutorial. I understand now a lot better about how you can experiment to get different looks to still life shots. Still have a long long way to go to achieve them though. You're wonderful to share all your knowledge with us. Many many thanks.
posted March 12th, 2018  
Mona, this is just fabulous. Than you so much for sharing! Love the result too!
posted March 12th, 2018  
Brilliant - thank you for sharing!
posted March 12th, 2018  
Fascinating, it's so good of you to share your techniques. I'm not surprised your images are so beautiful when you put so much effort into creating them.
posted March 13th, 2018  
Wow, this is so interesting. You are so creative!
posted March 16th, 2018  
Milanie is right. You are so wonderful to share your knowledge.
posted March 21st, 2018  
Thanks for taking the trouble to explain how you do this. Such lovely results!
posted March 21st, 2018  
Thank you so much for the link. Awesome website. I love your work.
posted April 9th, 2018  
@adi314 Thank you Adi.
posted April 9th, 2018  
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