Friday, March 22, 2019

Roses Overload

Warning! 
If you don't like colourful roses, then now would be a good time to go do something else.
After Valentine's Day I treated myself to a bouquet of half-priced roses. What else could I do but have a photo session with these flowers. I tried a variety of settings and angles and then later, did some creative editing.If you have a favourite then please let me know in the comments.
Because of the larger number of photos,I will not be adding many words.
I have numbered the pictures so you can tell me which ones you prefer, if any.
Enjoy!

1.Simple bouquet.


2.Getting closer.


3.A different angle.


4.Adding a soft filter.


5.Desaturation filter and looking at the base of the flowers.


6.Desaturation filter.


7.Soft focus and black and white filter.


8.Full color and using a lens ball.


9.Desaturation filter and lens ball.

10.Soft focus.


Hope you enjoyed the roses.

Something to think about:
Your mind is a garden.
Your thoughts are the seeds.
You can grow flowers,
Or you can grow weeds.

22 comments:

  1. Oh I love them all, but two and four are lovely!
    That is an awesome quote for the day, thank you for sharing.

    Have a beautiful day ♡

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  2. So cool to see the types of photography you did. I want to get one of those glass balls!

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  3. There is something about the soft focus full color that really appeals to me. Glad you treated yourself and now your blog friends with these gorgeous roses.

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  4. They are ALL stunning shots, Ruthie...the lighting is fantastic. I am partial to the soft focus...soooo gorgeous! I love doing photo shoots with flowers! Hugs!

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  5. Adding a soft filter! They are all gorgeous, though. I do like the ones in color the best, so you can see them in their full glory!

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  6. I'm not sure it's possible to have a rose overload. If so, we have problems in our yard. I love all of your photos, but the first one is probably my favorite.

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  7. I really like 10 and 2 the very best. Its fun to be creative with photos.

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  8. Gorgeous Ruth, there is nothing quite like having fresh flowers in the house. My favorite pictures are the ones with the lens bowl, they are stunning!

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  9. Wow they certainly are beautiful. My favorite is the very first one.

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  10. I could not pick a favorite if you were paying me...I like each one. On any given day, it would probably depend on my mood...but today I just like them all.

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  11. I really like the first one. Of the others, I think I'm leaning toward the soft focus shots. But they're all just lovely. You got your money's worth out of this bouquet. ;)

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  12. They're all gorgeous! Something about the position of the roses is number 3 makes it my favorite.

    Blessings~

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  13. Wow, wow, wow!! How I do love roses! Each photo is beautiful...no favorites

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  14. Each one is beautiful in its own way, but I like #10.

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  15. they are wonderful, I even love them in black and white and in the ball to... if I had to choose just one, it would be the up closer shot... I think I can smell them

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  16. What a lovely to bunch of roses to treat yourself with... and have some fun photographing them. Good on you!!

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  17. Beautiful roses, Ruth. Treat yourself more often. Diane

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  18. I love colourful roses. I have gee pots of them. These are lovely

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  19. Good Sunday Evening Ruth. These are such glorious photos of the roses. As I scrolled down, I kept thinking each one was my favorite. I guess #2 is my very favorite. Our move went well and I am slowly catching up with blog friends. I hope the week ahead holds many blessings for you. xo

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  20. I tried 2 times to leave a comment on this one several days ago --but Blogger had other ideas....

    Anyhow---my favorites are No. 2 and 10 --with No. 2 being my absolute favorite.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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