In my composition class I drive home the idea of making lots of shots when you have great subjects..and always make vertical and horizontal images of the same subject, then decide when you get home which one you might like best! I also cover color theory and this purple pink tulip with a background of out of focus purple azalea shrubs really resonated with the idea of working with analogous colors....but when you pop in the green stem and find the one tulip with the yellow it adds a whole color spectrum including color opposites of green and magenta...and the triad color of yellow!
|In Camera Swipe 200mm macro lens f-16 ISO 400 1/15 sec Processed in Photoshop CS5|
|ISO 1000 Shutter Speed 1/1000 f-stop not recorded 200mm macro 52 mm extension tube Processed with Photodhop CS5 and Nik Color Efex Pro Classic Soft Focus filter|
|Two image blend in camera swipe. Blended in Photoshop CS5|