Weekend Wanderings: The Flower and Garden Show Through a Macro Lens
Yesterday I told you that I went to the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show with my macro lens on Friday. I took something like 550 photos and by the time we were ready to go I was exhausted. It is tiring when you’re taking lots of photos.
When I decided to start processing them for this post, I got a little carried away with some of them and couldn’t stop myself doing some new things to them. I am trying out some stuff, and I thought I would try them out here and see how they go. I am undecided what I think of them, but I think I like them.
I am just going to put them into a gallery and straight after I am going to put another gallery of images that were all processed in lightroom, and I haven’t done too much too them.
Here are the heavily processed photos.
Here is the gallery for the lightly processed photos. I am going back to the Flower and Garden Show today, the last day. It will be nice to just wander and see what I’ve missed the other few days.
If you look closely you will also see the floral piece that I photographed the woman making in yesterday’s post. It is was all finished and we could look at them. I loved it and thought it was great. There were also lots of very different plants and I had so much fun using the macro to photograph them.
I hope you are having a lovely weekend.