Easter and Springtime bring out the Tulips on Boulder’s Pearl Street Mall. Although today started at 33 degrees and snow showers. it’s sunny and warming up. Another typical spring day in the Rockies. Let’s not forget what Easter is all about either. Happy Easter!
Below is the same Tulip, shot out on the Pearl Street Mall, but using two different backdrops. It’s very handy bringing along a black drop clothe on these shoots! But I think I found the perfect backdrop for the all natural first image. I can’t decide which background I like better. The first image’s natural [...]
Another image from last Saturday’s Tulip shoot. REMINDER: I’ll be leading the Denver Photowalk Group (about 20 photographers have RSVP’d) on the same photowalk this coming Saturday. We’re meeting at 7am on the corner of 15th and Pearl. Anyone is welcome to join us!
One more from the Tulips photowalk this past Saturday. I love the colors, saturation and softness behind the main tulip in this image. The dew drops just add to the whole scene. Tired of these yet? I have many many more. Plus I have another photowalk this coming Saturday to shoot the same Tulips with [...]
Here’s another favorite from yesterday’s photowalk on Pearl Street Mall. I was trying to work a little surrealism into the imagery instead of the usual straight-on tulip shots–a lot of subtlety and blurriness surrounding the main point of focus. What do you think about these two images? Please comment and give me feedback.
The Tulips are looking really good today. Took the Louisville Art Association out to shoot the Tulips on Pearl Street Mall this morning. Weather wasn’t cooperating for most shooters, but the clouds and drizzle presented an excellent photo op for the die hards. Here’s one of many, many keepers I captured this morning. Wish you [...]
I ventured onto Pearl Street Mall here in Boulder the morning of Saturday, April 21st and found the Red Tulips on the West end of the Mall to be spectacular. Also, tell me what you think about this same image above, but with a new Photoshop technique applied to it below. I like the “effect” [...]