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Proteaceae: Photographs from Gondwanaland

Collection by Kaye Uiterwyk

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Kaye Uiterwyk
 Shot against a cream wall because I like it to look a little like old botanical illustrations. Protea Art, Protea Flower, Flora Flowers, Unusual Flowers, All Flowers, Types Of Flowers, Flowers Nature, Amazing Flowers, Waratah Flower

Flower Studies - Kaye Uiterwyk

I like to choose unusual flowers. More commonly photographed flowers automatically get you into clichés when you photograph them but less common ones get you thinking about just how you're going to treat them. Most of these are taken with a Tamron 90mm macro lens which is sharp and can take some stopping down for greater depth of field but it can also render out-of-focus areas beautifully when the aperture is opened up.

Aussie cousin. Banksia praemorsa. Unusual Flowers, Tiny Flowers, Love Flowers, Protea Wedding, Wedding Flowers, Australian Wildflowers, Australian Plants, Source Of Inspiration, Botany

Flower Studies - Kaye Uiterwyk

I like to choose unusual flowers. More commonly photographed flowers automatically get you into clichés when you photograph them but less common ones get you thinking about just how you're going to treat them. Most of these are taken with a Tamron 90mm macro lens which is sharp and can take some stopping down for greater depth of field but it can also render out-of-focus areas beautifully when the aperture is opened up.

 Looks rather alien. Native Australians, Australian Garden, Unusual Flowers, Out Of Focus, Depth Of Field, Native Plants, Photographs, Gardens, Studio

Flower Studies - Kaye Uiterwyk

I like to choose unusual flowers. More commonly photographed flowers automatically get you into clichés when you photograph them but less common ones get you thinking about just how you're going to treat them. Most of these are taken with a Tamron 90mm macro lens which is sharp and can take some stopping down for greater depth of field but it can also render out-of-focus areas beautifully when the aperture is opened up.

Another unknown variant. Most likely South African. Plant Illustration, Botanical Illustration, Unusual Flowers, Out Of Focus, Depth Of Field, Open Up, Trees To Plant, South Africa, Photographs

Flower Studies - Kaye Uiterwyk

I like to choose unusual flowers. More commonly photographed flowers automatically get you into clichés when you photograph them but less common ones get you thinking about just how you're going to treat them. Most of these are taken with a Tamron 90mm macro lens which is sharp and can take some stopping down for greater depth of field but it can also render out-of-focus areas beautifully when the aperture is opened up.

 Greetings from Gondwanaland! Unusual Flowers, Photographs, Photos, Planting Flowers, Floral, Plants, Flowers, Pictures, Rare Flowers

Flower Studies - Kaye Uiterwyk

I like to choose unusual flowers. More commonly photographed flowers automatically get you into clichés when you photograph them but less common ones get you thinking about just how you're going to treat them. Most of these are taken with a Tamron 90mm macro lens which is sharp and can take some stopping down for greater depth of field but it can also render out-of-focus areas beautifully when the aperture is opened up.

Close up. Unusual Flowers, Love Flowers, Pin Cushions, Photographs, Study, Plants, Inspiration, Art, Biblical Inspiration

Flower Studies - Kaye Uiterwyk

I like to choose unusual flowers. More commonly photographed flowers automatically get you into clichés when you photograph them but less common ones get you thinking about just how you're going to treat them. Most of these are taken with a Tamron 90mm macro lens which is sharp and can take some stopping down for greater depth of field but it can also render out-of-focus areas beautifully when the aperture is opened up.

 South African side of the family. King Protea, Unusual Flowers, Out Of Focus, Pin Cushions, Photographs, African, Study, Plants, Studio

Flower Studies - Kaye Uiterwyk

I like to choose unusual flowers. More commonly photographed flowers automatically get you into clichés when you photograph them but less common ones get you thinking about just how you're going to treat them. Most of these are taken with a Tamron 90mm macro lens which is sharp and can take some stopping down for greater depth of field but it can also render out-of-focus areas beautifully when the aperture is opened up.

 Shot with red and green gels. Unusual Flowers, Out Of Focus, Depth Of Field, Photographs, Green, Plants, Photos, Rare Flowers, Plant

Flower Studies - Kaye Uiterwyk

I like to choose unusual flowers. More commonly photographed flowers automatically get you into clichés when you photograph them but less common ones get you thinking about just how you're going to treat them. Most of these are taken with a Tamron 90mm macro lens which is sharp and can take some stopping down for greater depth of field but it can also render out-of-focus areas beautifully when the aperture is opened up.

Strange invaders from Gondwanaland. Unusual Flowers, Out Of Focus, Depth Of Field, Open Up, Photographs, Plants, Photos, Rare Flowers, Plant

Flower Studies - Kaye Uiterwyk

I like to choose unusual flowers. More commonly photographed flowers automatically get you into clichés when you photograph them but less common ones get you thinking about just how you're going to treat them. Most of these are taken with a Tamron 90mm macro lens which is sharp and can take some stopping down for greater depth of field but it can also render out-of-focus areas beautifully when the aperture is opened up.