Backyard Flowers In Black and White 18

Backyard Flowers In Black And White 18

A series of black and white photographs of flowers grown in our backyard and in the gardens of our neighbourhood here in Toronto Canada.

More goodness from the black and white flower series. Number 18 this time around.

I think this is my fave from the bunch (pun intended). I made a point when I took the shots and when I processed them to NOT present them as typical flower shots. None of them are the standard soft focus, back lit perfectly symetrical wonders of nature that you usually see. They all have imperfections and the black and white process brings out the raw and hard edges. I think that the images still show them as beautiful things even with all the flaws. From the comments and emails I’ve received here and on various other places I’ve posted them, I’m pretty happy with the way the series is turning out :)

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About Brian Carson

Brian Carson is a full time student of both the photographic & digital arts and is living in Toronto, Canada. His attempts to become a real photographer / digital artist are documented on his photoblog / portfolio / gallery, The Learning Curve Photography where he resides as main contributor, curator, archival supervisor and head honcho. He considers himself lucky to have one wife, one daughter, one dog and two cats who tolerate him chasing them around with his camera in an attempt to capture the ' One Perfect Shot '. To be kept updated on the continuing adventures of The Learning Curve Photography, please consider signing up for our EMail Subscription Service, getting social with us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Flickr and by visiting our online stores at CafePress, Fine Art America, Redbubble and Zazzle. Images can be licensed for commercial projects on web or in print by visiting us at Pixels Licensing. We can be contacted via email, our onsite contact page or by calling 416.462.8703. Thank you for stopping by.
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