I have lots of great subjects for photographers to shoot in my macro boot camps, and they have a great time composing the subjects in different artistic ways. So yesterday when I was setting up, I thought I would play a little myself. I have pocket watches that I have shot the gears in the backside many times, but never shoot the front side. So came up with a couple different ideas for backgrounds behind the watch. Shots these images with my Tamron 18-270 lens on the Nikon D7000.
I had some extra roses left after setting up the flowers for the workshop, so plucked the petals off a few roses and used them for the background for the watch.
I set up this shot with some of my skeleton leaves and a black background.
In this image I combined two slices of Nautilus shells and I didn’t like the large gap so filled the empty area with colored shells. Processed with the Bi-Colored User Define filter in Nik Software’s Color Efex Pro4.
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