The latest addition to my portfolio galleries is a set of nine floral image panels in 1:2 format, of Dried Anthurium Flowers. I’ve been keeping the flower’s dried inflorescence for a while, until I had a “collection” to play with and arrange.
I used both a dark and a light background (but still have to make up my mind about the dark background). Combining the light background with a high-key look and using black & white resulted in the visually most striking and clean results, even though it meant abandoning the interesting, velvety appearance of the flower’s fading red color.
The image below is an “outtake” of sorts – as it is the only horizontal panel, I did not include it in the portfolio gallery linked above. Keen observers will notice another difference – can you tell me what it is? :-)
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