As you know, I was obsessed with Julie’s set up for frozen flowers melting under the camera. Today, I’m sharing with you the second flower, a Dogwood rose. In real life, it seemed a little boring to shoot since the petals became quite limp when wet, unlike the previous peach rose. But when I was editing them, I found them to be quite stunning. Here’s the first transition.
We left these for a while, to do some other shoots (skittles and icy poles) but I did return to these roses over and over again. This is quite a bit later, you can see how thin the ice block has become. I decided to pick it up and take a look at it from the side.
And one shot, edited just for you Julz 💕
Please go take a look at Julie’s shots of this same frozen dogwood rose set up here.
3 replies on “Dogwood Rose, Frozen”
I’m loving these experiments Desley. The images are stunning. 😀
fabulous….and so different. I actually liked the striations in ice, they seemed to stand out more in this iceblock, as opposed to the other others. Great series, looks a little aged, but then it was quite a sad flower. Note to self, this flower does NOT particularly like being frozen 🙂
What fun! First and last images for me…