A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME WOULD SMELL AS SWEET

Dahlia
Side lighting brings out the textures of the petals of this dahlia and focus stacking makes it possible for all of them to be in focus.

You may recognize the title of this post as an excerpt from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. I chose that title because this post is about my flower photography. It’s about the road I traveled from my first flower photo which was done for fun, to making a business of selling cards with my flower photos, which, by the way, I’ve often been told are the best flower photos someone’s seen. In a later post I’ll write about the focus-stacking technique I use in order to render all parts of the flower in focus, something which until the advent of digital photography wasn’t possible. READ MORE…

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