Breaking Through by Jeremy Harrington

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Okay well this morning I felt the urge to get out and finally take some new pics and the first thing that caught my eye was a bunch of dandelions that were starting to break apart.. However I didn’t feel like just taking a plain shot of a dandelion, I felt like doing something a tad more artistic, so today I have a series of three dandelion shots that I have processed in an artistic way to break free of the standard flower macro bounds.. I am open to all feedback because I will only keep shots uploaded that people think are worth being on the sight.. Thanks for having a look!

This would have to be the least artistic shot of this morning, as the only real major treatment here was implementing a monochromatic filter and then a sepia filter over the top of that.. As per usual the exposure, contrast and levels were played with to bring the image to what I believed worked best..
I liked this image as it seemed to “pop” and it looks almost as though the dandelion is lurching forward in an attempt to break free from its flowers. I think that this shot and Season’s End both really captured the moment that the dandelion begins to lose its flowers and disappear from existence.


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  • Annette Blattman
    Annette Blattmanover 6 years ago

    even better

  • dazgwen
    dazgwenover 6 years ago

    Detail is excellent well done!

  • Basia McAuley
    Basia McAuleyover 6 years ago

    Beeeautiful!! Love the sepia tones and dof, excellent macro

  • bribiedamo
    bribiedamoover 6 years ago

    great shot…… the detail……

  • Jeff  Burns
    Jeff Burnsover 6 years ago

    Beautifully done this is fantastic Jeremy.

  • Benjamin Young
    Benjamin Youngover 6 years ago

    This is great Jeremy……

  • dusty
    dustyover 6 years ago

    Great lighting and sharpness.

  • Maree Toogood
    Maree Toogoodover 6 years ago

    Great job Jeremy

  • suerod
    suerodover 6 years ago


  • Christina Martin
    Christina Martinover 6 years ago

    beautiful work and tones

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