Digital media designer and, for at least the last two years, photographer Bettina Güber recently shot a series of photographs that are stunning in their simplicity. Not overdone or over-processed, they’re simply photos of flowers and leaves from her backyard, covered in rain drops from the storm that recently passed through.
Speaking with Güber, she tells us the photos in the appropriately titled “Wednesday Evening” series just sort of happened:
I actually shot this series on a Wednesday Evening after the rain stopped. There was beautiful light and the raindrops shimmered… a wonderful atmosphere and perfect conditions for a photographer.
It was that shimmer she set out to capture:
Captured in her own backyard with a Nikon D7000 and an AFS Micro NIKKOR 40mm f/2.8G lens, Güber tells us the photos came out very close to this in-camera. All she added in post was “a little Photoshop to darken the background a little bit more.”
To see more of Güber’s photography, or follow her as she continues to take pictures of everything from insects, to miniature figurines, to vintage cameras, head over to her Behance profile by clicking here.
Image credits: Photographs by Bettina Güber and used with permission