Crimson Red Flowers

Crimson Red Flowers

Glowing red flowers captured my attention at Fitzgerald’s Park a year ago, but I was never happy with my work on this photo until recently. Now I love it. Hope you like it too!

Aperture ƒ/7.1
Camera Canon EOS 20D
Focal length 10mm
ISO 200
Shutter speed 1/100s

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16 Comments

  1. Phil Reply

    wow this is awesome. cant stop looking it. it reminds me of something, a movie i think but i cant think of which…
    just great job!

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  2. Darren Reply

    Fantastic colours. I can see why you are happy with it now.

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  3. Latchiko Reply

    Amazing colour. Really vibrant but still natural looking.

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  4. Dee Reply

    Great colour! and I love the composition there’s a real feeling of a whole new world in there.
    Nice work

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  5. geraldine Reply

    stunning, the colours just keep your eyes glued to the image. really beautiful!

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  6. jedrzej Reply

    great quality. the purple fellows in top left spoil the impact a bit, imho.

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  7. Detour Reply

    Nice and punchy, I like.

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  8. Chris Osborne Reply

    I really like the water drop sitting on the petals.

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  9. John McDermott Reply

    Very nice. any chance we could see a before and after with details of what you did?

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  10. Phil Reply

    I still love this photo. i wanna know how you did it I will torture you about it next week.

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  11. Donncha Reply

    John – I haven’t forgotten. Hopefully tomorrow!

    I don’t remember exactly what I did, but I know I desaturated most of the colours a bit, then brought the reds and yellows back up. Then I increased contrast and may have over sharpened with USM.

    Then I created an overlay layer, and painted in a circular gradient so that the flower on the middle-right was brighter than the rest. Or I may have created a darkened copy of the image, and used a layer mask to hide some of it around that same flower.

    Unfortunately I didn’t save a xcf copy of the photo.

    Phil – looking forward to meeting up :)

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  12. Nicole Reply

    Hey, does anyone know what kind of flowers these are? Thanks!

  13. Ia Reply

    what is the name of this flower i tried searching for it but i can’t find it

  14. allie Reply

    wow this picture is truely amazing… i wish i could reach out and touch it its so pretty.. keep up the awsome work!!

  15. Mattie Williams Reply

    Those flowers are so beautiful.

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  16. genet Reply

    this isthe most and good happay

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