Photographer captures beauty of flower with cellphone
on Tuesday,March 08,2011 20:03
It's not every day that a photographer with a passion for flowers decides to start up a Twitter account to document the beautiful buds as they bloom for a month. Especially not when all of the efforts are done using an Android Droid X camera, according to The York Daily Record.
But photographer Paul Kuehnel decided to embark on a unique project that captured all of the blooming beauty of a pot of flowers using nothing more than his handset. He then touched the final pictures up with software on the same phone and created a video to go along with the final pictures.
The design is as unique as it is alluring. One can watch the video to see a frame-by-frame rendition of the spring season and the photos are sure to resonate with people who are eagerly awaiting the arrival of warmer weather.
Those who choose to pursue a design degree in photography will be able to execute similar endeavors with ease. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics states that photographers often have freedom that many other professions don't offer, because more than half are self-employed.
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