The Almond Orchard ~ Photo Clinic Rehab #4


Do you see why I’m in need of rehab? I’ve taken a photo with my Panasonic DMC FZ200, maxed out the zoom lens to 108mm, and got this (what I consider) beautiful “fluffy” photo.  I’m sure you photography purists out there are screaming NOOOOOOOO, but I kind of liked the painterly outcome. My rehab will continue for some time; I’m very ill with creativity fever and do crazy things on a whim.  If you wish to learn about Photo Rehab, click here. It’s good therapy.

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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32 Responses to The Almond Orchard ~ Photo Clinic Rehab #4

  1. Dalo 2013 says:

    Love this shot ~ it is surreal and gives a better feel of emotion to the viewer than I think a “normal” would. Well done Angeline 🙂


  2. Madhu says:

    Love the painterly outcome too Angeline 🙂 Look forward to more.


  3. Jo Bryant says:

    I love the way this image looks Angeline


  4. Just keep having fun. The result – like here – is wonderful. I love the photograph. Let the purists look the other way – it’s their loss.


    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks, Otto. Wow, you’ve made me feel like this wasn’t a total loss! I’m so glad you like it; and yes, the purists can look the other way if they haven’t already stopped following my blog 🙂

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  5. 365dniwobiektywielg says:

    Panasonic just coming irregularly? but clearly


  6. Purists schmurists! I love it! Looks like an impressionist painting. I have your camera’s big sister, the FZ1000.


  7. mihrank says:

    creative – informative and deep!!


  8. I like your fluffy photo!


  9. I’m so happy your are not a purist and glad you posted this photo. I’m all for creativity and you did very well on that. Cheers!
    Thanks for posting at the Rehab.


  10. But I love the look in the picture!


  11. Amy says:

    Beautiful painterly photo! I really like it! Thank you for the link. 🙂


  12. Your “fluffy” effect just adds to the beauty here. 🙂


  13. I love this – it is a great example of being creative and going rogue, which is always a good thing in any kind of art and great things usually happen as a result.


  14. Janet Hale says:

    I love using the paint effect on my photo editing site for my “bad” photos. This lovely accident is just that; LOVELY!


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