Monday, August 22, 2011

Floral Art Photography

Occasionally, I come across a photograph of flowers that I find particularly artistic…

1  bows and arrow dallas

image via Bows and Arrows and Nine Photography

Lambert_Floral_0066  courtenay lambert florals

image via Courtenay Lambert Florals 

166871_135316269864189_100001574506196_239971_2696571_n clementine posy

image via Clementine Posy

mid-century-modern-portland-wedding-1 blum design in flowers oregon

image via Blum and Jessica Hill Photography

ACFAA3 Millie Holloman Photography

image via Millie Holloman Photography

BuffaloMountainLodgeJJ9 orange girl photo

image via Orange Girl Photographs

ErinEric_211 simply bloom photo

image via Simply Bloom Photography

IMG_0240 rebecca honeywell photo

image via Rebecca Honeywell Photography

IMG_4515 copy  isabel lawrence photo and bride's cafe and holly flora

image via Holly Flora and Isabel Lawrence Photographers and The Bride’s Café

JasmineStar010 adorations blog

image via Adorations and Jasmine Star Photography

5660387139_2ac4b0503f_z lotte and bloom

image via Lotte and Bloom

And here’s one that I love…no flowers, but I love it!

blg013 w. scott chester

image via W. Scott Chester Photography

Hope your week is off to a great start! Thanks for stopping by…


SvenskaBlomsterbloggar said...

Oh wow the last one is ... no words..

Wildstyle Designs said...

Thanks for this post Amy- I am always trying to find ways to photograph my work that create beautiful and captivating images, and also really show the work- shape of the entire arrangement included. Putting a bouquet up against a white wall might create a clear document of the work, but it is generally not a truly captivating image... these photos give me lots of ideas- thanks!

Mimi said...

What amazing images! I especially love the shadow of the couple holding hands with the flower arrangement by Orange Girl Photography. Love the juxtaposition between the delicate pink flowers on the stone windowsill by Rebecca Honeywell too!