Photography and art often capture the emotion and feeling of a season like spring, when everything comes to life. The vibrant colors of the blooming plum blossoms are a reminder of the romance, love, and sweetness of the season. It is an ode to the beauty of nature and a celebration of the vitality of life.
Through photography and art, we can express the emotion of love during spring. The bright colors of the plum blossoms can evoke a feeling of joy, while the delicacy of the petals reflects the fragility of life and the sweetness of love. We can also capture the nostalgia of memories, where individual moments of joy can be immortalized in our memories.
The artistry of photography and art is not limited to just capturing images, but also creating stories and narratives that embody the spirit of spring. This story of love and tenderness can be seen in the portraits of couples walking amidst the spring blooms, or in the gentle embrace of two lovers sharing a romantic moment. By exploring these ideas, photographers and artists can create stories and visuals that emphasize the beauty of the season and the power of love. This can also be further explored through abstract pieces such as paintings or sculptures that capture the emotion and feeling of spring as a celebration of life and love.
Through photography and art, we can explore and portray the beauty of nature and the emotion that comes with it. Spring is often celebrated as a time for rebirth and new beginnings, and its symbolism of love and tenderness remains an integral part of our art.
The calmness of blue, the vibrancy of green, and the warmth of yellow – these three colors come together to form a visually arresting picture. Captured by the river, the background of the image originally offered up muted gray tones that lacked the charm of its current composition. Realizing this potential in the photograph, I adjusted the background color to the dark blue, giving viewers cause to reflect and form their own associations. In doing so, this image gained an ethereal quality that could not be achieved with the original drab tones. This carefully crafted combination of blue, green, and yellow offers a sense of vitality, serenity, and positivity for all who view it. The combination of blue, green and yellow presented in this photograph is immediately eye-catching and evokes a sense of emotion. It not only conveys an inner vitality and strength, but also brings out a sense of tranquility and peace. The dreamy blues and soaring yellows imply that there is always hope in every situation, however dire it may seem. Furthermore, the blue background gives the picture a sense of depth and dimension that cannot be achieved with a mundane gray backdrop. By carefully selecting the colors used in the photo, I was able to capture a sense of reverie and optimism that few images can match.
Chrysanthemum is often overlooked by ordinary people because of its petite beauty and fragile nature. In the eyes of Chinese poets, however, these flowers have a certain mystical quality that evokes a sense of wonder.
Tao Yuanming, a famous Chinese landscape poet, created a leisurely and peaceful scene through the Nanshan chrysanthemums in his works. Through his poetry, he immortalized the chrysanthemum as a symbol of solace and refuge, and its presence was soon intertwined with the Hermit Master. My photography also captures this sense of stillness and peace, using creative techniques to express the deep connection between Chrysanthemum and Tao Yuanming. The ancient connection between this flower and Chinese poetry is fascinating and poignant. The image of the chrysanthemum evokes a deep appreciation for beauty and simplicity, reminding us of the importance of appreciating the little things in life. As we savor the peace and tranquility of this moment, we are inevitably drawn to reflect on our own lives and contemplate the majestic beauty of nature around us. Through the chrysanthemum, time stands still, and we realize the power of patience and gratitude. In doing so, we come to understand how art and poetry can be used to imbue our lives with deep meaning.
Through the contrast between black, red and green, this photographic work captures the delicate beauty of the flowers by highlighting their petite gestures against a large, dark background. The change of light and shadow conveys a sense of mystery, and the bright red color of the flowers stands out among the green leaves. Through the use of contrast, this photograph also represents the concept of duality, showing how two contrasting elements can work together to create a beautiful image. This duality can be seen in the wide range of emotions associated with the image – from awe to joy to melancholy. The contrast of the flowers with darkness helps to emphasize their unique beauty and fragility. The bright red color of the flowers further accentuates this contrast, adding vitality to photography.
Photography has the power to capture a moment in time. It’s a unique, creative outlet for photographers of all levels and skillsets. With just a single click, you have the ability to preserve a moment in all its beauty and complexity. As you look through the viewfinder of a camera, it can be likened to looking through a lens; an oval looking glass allowing us to glimpse a second in eternity that we are all a part of.
The photo shows a skylight perched atop of a building, seemingly looking down like a greyish-blue eye with an oval shape. While it neither captures nor reproduces the beauty of the sky, it still has a mesmerizing effect that can’t be missed.
Probably influenced by the Chinese poet Li Shangyin’s poem “Leave the remaining lotus to listen to the sound of the rain”, my interest in this kind of poetic imagery seems to have never diminished. It is inevitable that I try to incorporate such elements into my photography creations! Mountain peaks, ancient pagodas, residual lotus, and still rivers under the setting sun, you need to handle these elements artistically in order to approach and achieve the purpose of artistic expression. Silhouette is a very common way of visual expression, I only keep the rough outline of the above elements, and remove redundant details. In this way, the visual form with traditional Chinese freehand brushwork style comes to life.
Loneliness is the norm. Only in the face of loneliness can we see a more true self, not be lost in the world, and not be swayed by the eyes of others. People who are open to loneliness often have a strong heart. They are able to maintain ambition in the face of setbacks and a normal mindset in the face of achievements.
“Wu” has more camphor wood. Remarks: The “Wu” land mentioned in this article mainly refers to the Wu dialect areas in Jiangsu and Zhejiang. Camphor, also known as Cinnamomum camphora, is a tree with crown leaves and green all seasons. Tongshen has a faint medicinal fragrance, which is an extract of household mothballs.
In my impression, all plants that can survive the winter without failing their branches and leaves seem to have a special ability, a kind of cold bone. For example, coniferous pine, four seasons green, and this camphor tree. Although they are green leafy plants compared with tall poplars and phoenix trees, I think they are the only ones whose colors are generally colder.
The architectural style of Jiangnan dwellings represented by the “Wu” land is generally in a cooler tone (white walls and black tiles).
Not only that, but Wu people are also biased towards light diet. Say it is light, mainly in terms of vision. The Chinese use “color, flavor” as a criterion for judging the success of a dish. But in terms of the word “color”, Wudi’s cuisine has fallen out of favor, and at first glance it will basically not arouse your appetite. In terms of taste, local dishes are too sweet and greasy, which is different from most other cuisines. In dealing with people and things, Wu people are more trustworthy, but lack a certain degree of enthusiasm, and have the finest of ordinary citizens. This may have something to do with the earlier development of local industry and commerce.
But you must not get me wrong, thinking that here must pay attention to business and despise cultural education. In fact, this is not the case. It has always been the fine tradition of “Wu Di” to respect culture and education. This tradition has created an unprecedented grand gathering of talents in the “Wu” land since the Song Dynasty. According to historical records, during the Ming and Qing Dynasties, the number of Jinshi and Juren trained here was the highest in the country. To this day, its level of education is still not inferior to other places.
One side of water and soil nourishes one side. Food, architecture, education, geography… these elements together constitute the unique local cultural characteristics. To varying degrees, this characteristic can be called “Wu Culture” or “Jiangnan Culture”.
In my opinion, in the world that my lens wants to present, Jiangnan has a spirit with historical complex. Not only do I want to present Jiangnan in the eyes of the world, but I also want to present Jiangnan in my own eyes.