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Beautiful Leaves

Published by WPC Official Account on Jul'02,2020

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Beautiful Leaves

WPC Official Account
0 | 643 | Jul 02, 2020

The majority of the green color we humans see out every day is of nature. They belong to the variety of plants and trees Mother Nature gives us. The green leaves of various plants and trees just providing us all with the oxygen to survive.  Similar to humans, leaves are also of different kinds and types, and likewise, they all are beautiful too. Photographing the almost static subjects of plants and its leaves are easy compared to the other genres of photography. Most of the leaves are green in color, with some exceptions like yellow, violet or brown. As easy the photographing part gets, the post-processing part gets quite challenging at times. One needs to ensure that the sharpness and contrast parts of the image remain intact and not look over-processed. Post-processing done right enhances the features of the leaves and makes them even more beautiful.

 All photos clicked by and the blog is written by Swarna Rajan for WPC project Beautiful Leaves


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The majority of the green color we humans see out every day is of nature. They belong to the variety of plants and trees Mother Nature gives us. The green leaves of various plants and trees just providing us all with the oxygen to survive.  Similar to humans, leaves are also of different kinds and types, and likewise, they all are beautiful too. Photographing the almost static subjects of plants and its leaves are easy compared to the other genres of photography. Most of the leaves are green in color, with some exceptions like yellow, violet or brown. As easy the photographing part gets, the post-processing part gets quite challenging at times. One needs to ensure that the sharpness and contrast parts of the image remain intact and not look over-processed. Post-processing done right enhances the features of the leaves and makes them even more beautiful.

 All photos clicked by and the blog is written by Swarna Rajan for WPC project Beautiful Leaves