Madeleine Puli tulip images were amongst the winners in the FOCUS FORCE ROCKLEY EXHIBITION at this year’s Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show. Unfortunately, unable to make it to the TESSELAAR TULIP FESTIVAL, she turned her camera on the bulbs she received as part of her prize package, now in full bloom and this is what she got.
RCK16TT-MP1. This image by Madeleine captures all the beauty of the flower bathed in sunlight highlighting the brilliance of the colour. She has centred her focus on the flower and the leafy background providing a formal setting for the image.
These two images above and below use good lighting for the subject, once more the colour is terrific, but there is too much distraction with the roof lines and petal on the side taking away from the subject itself. Resolve this by changing the depth of field, moving around the subject to limit or eliminate background “rubbish”.
RCK16TT-MP2. This image also has the stunning colour as its major attraction, but unfortunately the interior of the flower is looking a little tired, and past it’s prime. The condition of the flower being chosen as a SUPER SHOT CHOICE requires perfection, not only in the photograph, but also the flower itself. Again, the background of the image makes a good setting. A good effort.
FOCUS FORCE’S TESSALAARS TULIP FOTO PROJECT FOR KIDS WITH CAMERAS CLOSES OCTOBER 11TH. GET THOSE ENTRIES IN TO SHARE IN THE PRIZES.
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