8 thoughts on “8/13/15

  1. disperser

    I know you carefully compose and process your photos, so I have to ask about the decision to have the highlights bordering on being blown out given it minimizes the visibility of the cobwebs.

    Then again, it could be a matter of preference. Still, curious about it.

    1. oneowner Post author

      Good question, E. I can look back on a portfolio of photos going back many years and I can count on one hand the number of “high key” photos. It’s not something I naturally gravitate to and yet I love the look. So I made the decision to see if I could process some files high key and the flower photos are perfect for this look. I know it’s sort of “greeting card” but I like greeting cards.

  2. John

    Beautiful shot, Ken. High key works well here. Like you, I don’t have a lot of high key shots – I usually prefer darker, more saturated images. But when it works, it works!

    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, John.

      It made me wonder how many other techniques I’ve ignored that may be suitable for a variety of images. It’s a problem when your work is based on series and you want to maintain consistency.


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