Who'd have thought you could make a flower look even more delicate than what it is in it's natural form. Captured in camera, I placed this beautiful subject on a mottled back drop to create this fabulous image by setting the camera to multiple exposure. Of course, it takes various elements to create an image like this, or indeed any image. First and foremost light, as I was shooting indoors I set up one of my continuous light lamps. Secondly, choice of backdrop, as the flower holds a soft delicate texture and is predominantly white, then I chose a backdrop which is quite textured / patterned and of course darker in colour to really make the flower stand out. The last part of my process was setting the camera. I wanted to create a slight bokeh affect which would then be enhanced by the multi exposure. I only took two images to create this and I just love it!