Single White Carnation | One Flower Of Bouquet | New York

The vast majority of my flower photography takes place outside.

Most of the time my flower photography is of a wild flower or a flower growing in a garden of some type.

I do not often photograph flowers in a way where I can have much control over their presentation.

This photograph is different in all those respects.

In this photograph of a carnation the flower is indoors not outdoors.

This flower is not wild nor growing in a garden. Instead it is a bouget of flowers.

Using a bouquet of flowers allowed me to control the presentation of the flowers and direct the lighting the way I wanted to.

I highlighted this white carnation along the edge of the other red flowers in the bouquet.

Photo details: Nikon D500. Nikon 60mm f/2.8. Focal length 60mm. ISO 400. 1/640 sec. f/3.

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See more of my traditional flower photography in this gallery of Flowers.


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