the language of flowers

It so often catches me off-guard, working through routine beauty shots of flowers, when a certain image resonates a little further than expected. In this case, I wanted to document the stunning bronze orchid blooms just brought in from the garden, and the morning light was reflecting off of the kitchen table just-so. A few contextual shots, a handful of close-ups, and that was it.

In editing, this image struck me as a little more. The structure of the flowers and the way that they are gracefully balanced only compliments their beauty further. The color is so unusual too, an almost painted bronze and deep red that seems to glow from the shadows.  Some adjustment to the contrast and curves, and a bit of added vibrance, and the dramatic flowers really came to life, just as they’d first caught my eye from across the room.  (View large, on black.)

This flower photo and many more are available for purchase as high-quality framed metal prints – custom sizes and arrangements available, simply inquire!

Published by Allison Kendall

Freelance fine art, travel and documentary photographer with 25+ years experience in film and digital photography. I am inspired by light every day and strive to create evocative, timeless images that convey the fleeting magic of the moment, capturing a powerful mood and message for clients and in my personal work.

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