This is a really simple way to make good looking flower photographs without spending hours on Photoshop or finding the perfect flower just to make your photograph stand out from the rest. Flowers have been photographed too many times before, so we need to make it more interesting, simple by adding water-droplets!
Pink Rose with water-droplets
Here is a small selection of inspiration for the Lens Zoom Blur Effect:
Kane is a remarkable photographer and I enjoy following his photographs on Flickr, while receiving awesome inspiration and learning fresh techniques :) .
Kane’s Autobiography (from Flickr profile):
My name is Kane Gledhill, I am 27 years old.
I live in Brisbane, QLD, Australia.
I’ve been a keen photographer for over 15 years; I picked up my first SLR camera when I was still in school, back when I lived in New Zealand. It was a Vivitar v2000 and it cost me $300.00 cash! I’ve probably put 100’s of rolls of film through this little gem, I’d never sell.
It’s nearly 2010, the end of a massive decade and sure to go out with a bang :P ! So, I’ve collected some stunning photos of fireworks that can help inspire you to take the perfect shot this New Year’s Eve!
Australia Day Fireworks - by Sam Ilic
Matthew Stewart is an Australian photographer living in Brisbane, where he has the beautiful Landscapes, Seascapes and Wildlife of Queensland to photograph.
Matthew is a brilliant photographer and produces some really stunning shots , his work is defiantly a great source of inspiration for me and thousands of others following Matt on Flickr.com!