The lockdown is apparently making us creative. Loaves are being baked and music is being made online.
But I’ve been sticking to what I know and finding new ways to do it because my camera is staying indoors.
I bought two hefty sprays of carnations, a sturdy flower known for funeral tributes and old school wedding buttonholes.
Instead of just doing some freehand macro photography, I set up my tripod, created some surfaces from what I could find and made the most of natural backdrops in my apartment.
It was an enjoyable session and my models were well-behaved. And these beautiful, underrated, long-lasting flowers are still sitting in their vase.