Drop

It was snowing today, so I took bunch of yellow gerberas outside and waited for drops to form on petals.
My trusted macro lens did the magic.
As for processing: little bit of Color FX vignette blur (learned how to use control points to selectively add effects) and added texture in PS.
that's beautiful
posted February 3rd, 2018  
@pistache thanks 😃
posted February 3rd, 2018  
Spectacular 👍
posted February 3rd, 2018  
so delicate and pretty
posted February 4th, 2018  
Gorgeous! I've been looking through your photos - they are all so beautiful. Your are a very talented photographer. I see you are going to do a year of flowers. What a goal! I see you are in Slovenia. Where will you find flowers for a full year? I will truly enjoy following you and seeing your artistic eye at work. Fav.
posted February 9th, 2018  
@365karly1 Thank you Karly for your comment! Well I've been keen photo amateur for several years now. And over the 10 years I've built my archive of photos. Flowers always appeal to me, especially wild ones. Last December I came across US photographer Kathleen Clemons and watched her flower photography tutorials. And said to myself this year is flower power year. As you said it's winter now and not so many flowers outside, so I'm going through my archive, study my photos what's good, what's bad and learning different processing techniques and available software. And sometime to brighten up dull day I buy flowers at supermarket and used them as a model. But for the rest of the year should be a problem since I love to walk around in the meadows and woods with my camera and photo friends and chasing bugs and flowers :)
posted February 9th, 2018  
Simply stunning...fav.
posted February 10th, 2018  
Pam
Love it!
posted February 16th, 2018  
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