Finding the right flower was easy.
Finding the right perspective was not.
All last week I wanted to photograph a lily in the garden. Each day I tried, but the light was wrong, or the background was cluttered, or it was too breezy, or insects kept landing on it.
I couldn’t get myself into the right position to take a shot either, having forgotten that my camera has a tilting screen.
Then early yesterday morning everything came together just how I’d imagined. Sometimes you just get lucky:
This week I’ve got my beady photographic eye on a tub of Agapanthus.
Wish me luck and watch this space!
Fujifilm X-T3 with Fuji XF80mm Macro lens
f2.8 1/800sec ISO1250
Post-processed in LUMINAR4
Thanks to Becky B for her July Squares Challenge: Perspective.