Impressionist Project in the Garden
January 22, 2020 • 1 Comment
I had an idea of photographing a lady holding a big red umbrella on a bridge for a long time. It took almost a year to find someone willing to pose for me for this shot. The idea came from combing 2 impressionist paintings by Claude Monet, a lady with an umbrella and bridge over a pond of water. This photoshoot is part of the photography exhibition that I will be doing in February 2020. I have shot some images before this set, these images were originally going to be part of the Impressionist photography exhibition in Melbourne. Looking at these photos, I have realised that I need to reshoot the impressionist photos for the show next year to meet the standard set in these images. In the meantime, please enjoy Impressionist Leila.
I was glad that I was able to turn the ideas I had earlier 2019 placing people in my impressionist photos. One of my friends family had agreed to help me out to create the following images. The results turned so well that they look like impressionist paintings. I have also learnt a lot from this shoot too.
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Keywords: Box Hill Garden, Canon EOS 7D, Darenbin Parklands, Dream, Impressionism, Impressionist, Impressionist Photography, Lens Baby
Placing people in the images gives me a warm, lively and pleasant impression. It maintains a balance of your other works.
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