The first two images are a continuation of the "Dream Flowers" sequence, images that more painterly, dream-like or ethereal.
This image was created using a 24mm tilt/shift lens, normally used in architectural photography to correct perspective distortion. In this case, the angle is distorted to resemble a view as though you were leaning down to view the flowers at eye level.
The two images shown here were created using a panoramic tripod head. Eight images were taken and later stitched together using specialized software.
These images are simply cropped to panormamic 2:1 ratio. There seems to be a lot interest in this aspect ratio.
Some of the most popular images I've produced have been in a square format like this one.
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