Scott Thomas Images

Pretty in Pink – Azaleas

Azalea No. 1

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Azalea No. 2

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Continuing my “floral portrait” series for 2016, I took advantage of the lovely pink azaleas my wife had nurtured in our garden.

When the evening light had descended, and provided nice, even lighting, I was able to get some nice images of them. Working with the portrait techniques I have been experimenting with, I finished up the images in Photoshop.

I hope you enjoy them!

These, and the other floral portraits can be viewed, or purchased, in my floral portrait gallery.

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