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ZinniaCanon EOS 400DCanon EF 50mm f/2.5 Compact Macrof/2.5, 1/2000s, ISO 200RAW. Processed in PS.
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I am a freelance photographer originally from Brisbane, Australia, and currently living in Cape Town, South Africa.
I enjoy many forms of photography – with a particular interest in travel and nature photography. This diversity can be seen in the range of genres and styles in my portfolio
I really like the black and white work on this flower… Nice detail and shot
Thank you very much :) I really appreciate your opinion!
– Damienne Bingham
I like this shot also…
Thank you very much! :)
I’m not a great fan of macro photos, but these are really good. The toning is just right on this, I think.
Thanks Nigel, I appreciate it!
Beautiful.Accepted into the Flower & Leaf Detail Group10 October 2010
Congratulations on your well deserved feature, wonderful work.
Thanks Andrea, glad you enjoyed it!
This is really lovely love the shape of the flower head and the colour tone of the image works so well in showing the detail.
Thank you very much, Karen. I’m so glad you enjoyed this!
never thought flowers would look amazing in sepia like this. very clever.
Thanks Paul, so glad you like it! I wanted to make a point that there is more to a flower’s beauty than just the colour.