Time-lapse videos can be absolutely mesmerising, and this one of a sunflower coming into bloom is no exception, showing an almost intimate glimpse of something we rarely see with our own eyes. Neil Bromhall created this incredible video in a darkened studio and took 10 days to film it.
This gorgeous flower bloom timelapse took over a year to make from nearly 40,000 photographs
You know that feeling when you see a photo of a plant and you can almost smell its scent? Slovakian photographer Majo Chudý has created an entire timelapse video that will give you this feeling. Since most of us can’t go out and fully experience the beauty of spring, Majo’s impressive video will bring spring to your home.
8 tips for taking the best photos of flowers
Freehand flower photography out in nature (or your local neighborhood) is one of my favorite photography genres. In this article, and in the accompanying video, I will give you my 8 best tips for flower photography in the wild.
This timelapse of blooming flowers took 40,000 photos and nine months to create
I’ve always found it oddly calming to watch timelapse videos of blooming flowers. With a very basic setup, over 40,000 shots and nine months of shooting, Majo Chudý has created a timelapse of blooming flowers that you’ll certainly enjoy.
Stunning Portraits Of Calcutta Street Vendors Posing With The Flowers They Sell
Travelling since he finished business college, like many wanderlusts, Ken Hermann first became interested in photography as a young adult. Still trying to figure out exactly which career he saw himself in, Hermann spent his time travelling and hoping the right choice would become clear. Not too long into his adventures did Hermann realize he wanted to become a photographer. In 2009, he finished his studies as an advertising photographer and got a job in a Copenhagen studio, which led him to a successful career ams a freelance photographer.
While on a trip to Calcutta, India, the street vendors selling vibrant flowers caught the photographer’s eye. He carried their memory around with him for the following several years, visualizing the images in his mind. Finally, in 2014, Hermann made a return trip back to India to photograph the men and with their flowers. [Read More…]
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