Walfred Photography

Sepia Sunflowers

Summer’s sunflowers are irresistible photo subjects. It’s hard to take a bad picture of them. With the crayola colors of green leaves and stems, yellow petals rising up to an azure-blue sky, they demand attention!

Taken on a sunny day at the University of Delaware’s Master Gardener demonstration garden, I devoted quite a few frames to the summer discs. The results were a color-wheel dream of complimentary colors and contrasting shades.

However, I wanted to show them off in a different filter – a light sepia wash. One more desaturated than the other. The first, brings out the bee!

This entry was published on August 29, 2015 at 10:03 am. It’s filed under Flowers, Insects and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “Sepia Sunflowers

  1. Beautiful, Michele.



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